Monday, July 30, 2007

anything can happen

yes. i hate to admit it. but i was watching oprah today. and it was all about love. and the final 20 minutes of the show there was a down syndrome couple that found each other and got married. they were so cute. and it made me think about when it's going to be my turn. i know there's somebody out there special for me. it's just a matter of time. i'm waiting for God to pick the right one for me. i'm not worried about it. i love this thing called life. until next time...hugs and hand pounds.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Mike who?

So many people have asked me my opinion about seƱor Vick. So I've decided to share it with you people today. This is absolutely crazy. He is the biggest loser on the face of the earth right now [with the exception of I'm not disputing that he is a great athlete. What I am disputing is the choices that he has made and the people he surrounded himself with. We all have choices that we make: some are good, and some are stupidities. I hope he is banned from the NFL for life. I have changed everything on my computer that resembles number 7. I will throw away my jersey and pull down the poster above my bed. Good riddance, number 7! Run, Michael, run. You have lost a good fan.

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

What a Pal!!!

Andrey...what a Pal!
What can I say. Through the good times and the bad. The crazy times and the good times you have always been there for me. Through my moody, and my laughs. From singing in the morning to the plane ride to L.A.
Ah, I could have killed you.
But all and all you have been one of the most wonderful human beings that have entered into my life.
You have showed me something that no body else can provide me but you.
As we go our different ways you will always be such a sweet man!
I will miss you but I will hold my head up high, for you have taught me so many blessings that I will cherish for a lifetime.
Take care Pal.
Peace be with you.

Monday, July 23, 2007

I gotta pee

(Just FYI thats my actual bottle. We just had to find a good image.)

Without being too graphic, which Ill try not to be. I had to take a pee with the newly promoted and self proclaimed sex symbol Daniel Quigley who is in fact typing for me. He did an outstanding job, for those of you who have taken me to the bathroom, you know how hard it was your first time. His biggest challenge was no with the urinal, or my private area. It was with my beloved knee seperator. He couldn't get it down, and I had to pee really bad, which meant he came dangerously close to getting pee'd on. Which would not be a good idea, especially with the fact that I am getting ready to move. But worry not, everything came out, and none of it got Daniel. But when he was putting back on the seatbelt, he gave me the rodeo, as I had forgotten to turn off my chair, and he kept hitting my joystick. Don't get the wrong idea lol. Also the Braves play the Giants tonight. Ill update about the campus on my previous post. Its the still the same, the doors don't open, they are still inefficent, and Im threating to talk to the head of plant operations for Kennesaw State. Anyone who may wanna join the K-Peasey Revolution should go ahead and hop on the k-dawg train. Cuz we movin. Until the next time.....Hugs and Hand Pounds.

Kyle Pease

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Say Hey Willie

Yesterday I had another K Peasey adventure. Took a two hour bus ride from Kennesaw to see the parentals. We had lunch at Subway. And then I was off again for the stadium. Sat with some friends. And my boy Willie Harris, who went to Kennesaw, went 6-6 with two triples and 7 RBIs. Other than that it was a hell of a weekend. Took care of X. (That's my wheelchair) Worked 6 straight days. And I'm getting ready to end summer school and move into a new apartment across campus. BTW, David Beckham played last night. He's the man. Look out, USA. He will change the face of the MLS. So I'm off to go with Amy to get some sushi or whatever.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

From the Naked Eye

From the Naked Eye, people think that most buildings and public areas are handicap accessible. A lot of them are for the most part. However when someone rolls with K-Peasey people notice that they are not nearly as accessible as they seem. For example: Just a few minutes me and my boy Daniel, where leaving class and I like to be as independant as possible, such as opening doors for myself, however this time I was unable too. For starters there was a garabage can in front of the opening switch. Just for your visualization the door in question is a double door that leads to a small area with another set of double doors that lead you to the outside.. The only switch is on the left wall...and it opens the right side door and keeps the left side ones closed. What if Daniel wasn't there? I would have found a way but it would have taken a long time, and I probably would have to relay on strangers. Also the doors are very narrow, I do not have much room to navigate my chair through the door. Now onto the next issue with accessibility at KSU. The convocation center didn't even have a handicap accesible switch until I came on campus. But guess who fixed that one. You got it, the man the myth and the legend K-peasey ;) So all Im saying is that people who build these buildings, need to take handicapped people into consideration. That means more than just making the doors, and the buttons. But making them with logic, and reality in mind. One last point, if you see a person that needs help. Help them, were not going to bite. So until next time, stay up and open the door from the naked eye.

Kyle "K-Peasey" Pease

Wednesday, July 4, 2007

day to remember

happy 4th everyone. enjoy your bbq and fireworks with your loved ones. on this remember how fortunate we are to live in this great country.

god bless you all and the USA