Ever since I was young I was always determined to lead a successful life. I always had a desire to earn a living despite my disability. I wanted to feel that independence being in a wheelchair getting around all by myself at home, in the community, and college. As I was growing up and going to school, I had different experiences and certain expectations that my illness kind of threw a monkey wrench at it. My set back for the past two years had me in a slump that caused me to go into a dark place. It left me in a funk. This funk became overwhelming and it has taken over my mind, body, and soul. At times, I feel I don't have any purpose. Sometimes it leaves me disappointed, hurt, and angry. During this quarantine, I had time to really think about what I want and what I want to do. I really started to focus on my creativity on how to expand my brand. What can I do that won't allow my disability or illness to get in the way? So, I am currently working on a business venture that can help me earn a living. I always say, when you focus on your capabilities and not your disadvantages you can truly be happy.