Disability Invaders

I have a friend who motors around in a wheelchair when he goes shopping. He can walk a bit, but it’s hard for more than a few minutes. Rest rooms are even harder. Why do able-bodied people use the disability stalls when others are available? My friend often has to wait in line for the only facility he can use. Too many people use disability facilities, including parking spaces, just because it’s more convenient. Wouldn’t it be fair to let folks with different abilities sing along with the Beatles, “Oh, I get by with a little help from my friends…”

Submitted by:
Doris Shutt & Ewell B. Hoppin