Kyle Dinwiddie shares his amazing stories every Friday for the AAC Language Lab blog.
Posted July 20, 2018 in Life With Kyle
Sometimes life can be unfair. Life can throw you face down in front of that finish line you are running towards.
Posted June 29, 2018 in Life With Kyle
I have had many firsts this year such as graduating from high school; applying and getting accepted to Columbia College; flying on an airplane; surfing on the ocean; and finding DASA, which stands for Disabled Athlete Sports Association.
Posted June 22, 2018 in Life With Kyle
Sometimes life can be disappointing and not work out the way you think it will. It is easy to get frustrated and angry, but feeling sorry for yourself and getting bitter hurts only you in the end.
Posted June 15, 2018 in Life With Kyle
My mom is a shopper.
Posted June 1, 2018 in Life With Kyle
Do you have a dream? Have you always wanted go skydiving or snorkeling? All of us probably dream of doing some exciting things. I have some dreams. One dream is to publish a book. Another is to see the ocean and go surfing.
Posted May 11, 2018 in Life With Kyle
The day for my triathlon finally arrived, although I didn’t get to train as much as I would have liked. My dad was busy working on his own marathon.
Posted May 4, 2018 in Life With Kyle
Today, I want to tell you about my communication devices and what they mean to me.
Posted April 27, 2018 in Life With Kyle
I wanted to give a shout out to all the people who wished me well and sent me cards following my kidney stone surgery. Thank you very much, and I am feeling better every day. I am honored and touched.
Posted April 20, 2018 in Life With Kyle
The Stronger Men’s Conference was finally here with some literal lightning and thunder welcoming it. I am not talking about my ear infection either. What is better than starting the day with a caramel corn macchiato at Brew Brothers and a coffee cake muffin of course?
Posted April 13, 2018 in Life With Kyle
“Well,” the regretful words came out of my dad’s mouth as he handed me my blue bath sponge, “I think it is time to get a new scrunchie.”