Monday, May 25, 2009

life after the doc

Everyone who has seen king Gimp news I was successful when if came to me education and career as an artist. What about life?????

I am please to say I got married on April 1st 09, we had been dating for 5 years. Now I would like to share some video and pictures with you all from this hysterical event.

I and my best people entered to the Muppets O Danny Boy

My lovely bride made her enterence to the Book of Love

our first dance was to At Last

King Gimp's Wedding: The Eve from Jason Magbanua on Vimeo.

King Gimp: The Morning of the Wedding from Jason Magbanua on Vimeo.

King Gimp - The Wedding from Dino Lara on Vimeo.

After all of our guest went home, my wonderful wife and I started a working honeymoon. We packed up our WV bug, that we gave Brooke. We spent 28 fabulous days in this car go from ILL, MO, OK, TX, and TENN. And back home again without having a fight.

When we were in ILL. And MO. That was that business part of our
trip. I spoke at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois and for the Physical
Therapy Association Anniversary Spring Conference, in MO. This is how life should be, being able spend our life together in business and relaxation.

You may ask why I want to
do more speaking engagement, of course it is nice to make an income from what
you enjoy doing. More importantly I want to let people know anyone can reach
the goals if they find their drive.

A few weeks after our return from the trip I had a stand at World of Possibilities Disabilities Expo and met another artist named Robert Florio I think you should check him out

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Every Great Man Needs A Great Woman


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This was one of our stops on our Honeymoon...
Dena and I stopped for 2 or 3 days in Springfield ILL, the home town of President Lincoln. We always try to find cheap hotels, that are night too much of a scratch n sniff. Cheap hotels means they are not accessible, but we always make due.
We stayed at a place called the Lincoln Ledge. We get up the next day to play tourist, but before we do. We needed to go find a place to fix the seat of my wheelchair. That is a story for a future blog. After fixing my chair, we make our way to the Lincoln house a museum. The house was more accessible then I thought, they give disabled people private tours and take them in the block off areas of the house. Although I could not go up stairs I touched the same railing that the Lincoln's use to climb the stairs. Also I saw pictures of the up stairs. After the tour the staff took time to talk with us and that is part of the video you see.
From we went to the museum and the Lincoln Memorial. The most interesting thing I found at the memorial is that the lock of the back gate is stuffed with pennies.