In previous posts, I shared “Mom and Val’s Excellent Adventure” while filming in NYC for Momentum Magazine, a publication from my alma mater, Indiana University.


Momentum Magazine photo shoot in NYC.

Heading to the helicopter – a 1st for me and I’ve been living in NYC for 17 years! Photo courtesy of Kelley School of Business at Indiana University/Josh Anderson.

A helicopter ride, cruising through Times Square, several Broadway shows – these are just a few of the things we did while Mom was visiting NYC for the shoot.

For more details, check out blogs on Day 1, Day 2 and the final day of filming at Mom’s house in Mooresville, IN.

Speaking from experience, it is quite do-able to travel with an aging parent, even one who has difficulty walking and requires a wheelchair!



I’m excited to share the just-released Issue 2 of Momentum Magazine! Click on the Table of Contents (in the upper right hand corner) and you’ll see the TWAP feature entitled topic outline mla follow viagra nebenwirkungen professional critical thinking editing service gb assignment format example see generic propecia without prescription prednisone toxicity top literature review proofreading websites ca bullying essay intro get link go go here college proofreading site usa is resume help legit follow link source site herbal viagra thailand lifting weights on viagra viagra commercial voice follow url research essay written writing an essay high enter cozaar and viagra examples of reflective essays on books canadian pharmacy 24 hour online A Blog, A Book, A Brand: How a Futile Google Search Led to a Business Opportunity.

Mom and I are thrilled to be a part of this issue and look forward to your comments! Thank you to Rebecca Salerno and Darren Klein for this opportunity. A big shout out to Caz Tanner, Josh Anderson and Kevin for their efforts putting this piece together. It was fun to be Queen for a Day! (OK, I’m thinking Mom was the Queen and I was more the Court Jester, but it was still fun!)

Momentum Magazine

Our primary mode of transportation in NYC – cabs. It’s expensive but the subway is pretty much out with Mom in a wheelchair. Photo courtesy of Josh Anderson.