Let's roll ♿️

Episode 1 February 15, 2020 00:01:31
Let's roll ♿️
Freewheelin with Carden
Let's roll ♿️
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Living with a disability can have so many ups and downs. My goal is to give a voice and power to it all - and knock down barriers so we can roll through life a little easier and build a community to do this together.

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