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I use my disability when needed.

by StephanieTor on July 23, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


And I'm not ashamed to do so. My phone, internet, and TV connections went out today through no fault of my own. I had to go over to my neighbor's home so she could call the company. They weren't going to send a repairman until tomorrow. I told them that tomorrow wasn't acceptable because I rely on my home phone for calls. Although I can use my cell phone, the small buttons make it difficult. Funny how speaking to a supervisory gets results. I'm back online!

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