About Us

Lessons in life, love and wheelies Real life stories from two normal (…ok, somewhat normal) girls living extraordinary lives with men who don’t let their wheelchairs define them.

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Chelsea

My mother was pregnant with me while she worked in a spinal cord rehabilitation unit. I looked at her the other day and the light bulb went off. “Of course!” I yelled out, “I was literally born to love someone in a wheelchair!”

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Sam

I was born, raised, and currently reside in the Okanagan Valley (what can I say, it’s gorgeous here!). I’m 31 and work full time as a nurse, although I am currently on maternity leaving, taking care of the most beautiful baby boy in the world (I may be biased).

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Swag Shop

Wheel Love Swag is finally here!

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Latest Posts

A response to all the people who have ever told us "You're such a good person!" when they find out our men are in wheelchairs.

Your Wheelchair Makes Me Awesome

07/02/2016 | 34 Comments

The fact that our men are in wheelchairs comes up in conversation almost daily. And soon after follows, “bless your heart,” or “you’re such a good person.” CHELSEA SAYS… Of course I’m a good person. When I met James I felt sorry for him. I instantly pushed my dreams and aspirations aside and made the […]

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A Guide to Spinal Cord Injury

06/22/2016 | 1 Comment

This video was done as part of a project for one of Sam’s classes in nursing school. The people interviewed are very near and dear to our hearts and we hope that once you hear their stories they will have stolen a little piece of your heart as well. Pushing on… Sam & Chelsea

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For James

06/22/2016 | 8 Comments

Chelsea put this video together for James for their 2nd anniversary. Watch them fall in love during their 2 crazy unforgettable years. Pushing on… Sam & Chelsea

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An open letter to the new owners of my house

To the New Owners of My House

06/16/2016 | 3 Comments

Dear new home owners, Congratulations on your new home! I know that this is an exciting time for you and that you are eager to make this house your own, but I thought that maybe if you knew a bit about it (and the people that have called it home), it would become more than […]

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