Josh Sundquist wears a lot of hats. He's a motivational speaker, a best-selling author, a vlogger, former member of the paralympic ski team and US amputee soccer team and the founder of a social networking website for persons with amputations.
He's also a cancer survivor, and it was that disease which took his leg at age 10.
A few weeks back, a tiny baby burrito kicked off our craving for kids dressed in food costumes. (Not for actual baby. We're not zombies or anything.) It’s such a simple concept, yet it yields such hilarious results. Talk about Halloween genius at its finest. Luckily, we can continue laughing and aww-ing over miniature tasty attire, thanks to the ‘Babies in Food Costumes’ Tumblr.
Carter has spina bifida, a birth defect which affects the spinal canal. Because of his condition, the youngster uses a wheelchair.
Being stuck in a chair is obviously going to be tough on a kid. However, last Halloween Carter's dad used his son's wheels to their advantage in crafting a pretty awesome costume.
Choosing the right Halloween costume requires careful thought and planning. Do you, for example, go with the season's hot new trend or a tried-and-true standard? Well, imagine his surprise when the uncle of Redditor LiarInGlass discovered he doesn't need a costume because he's already wearing one.
Etsy, in case you don't know, is basically the craft fair/flea market of the internet. Millions of people come together to sell the unique things they've handcrafted to those wishing to have something unique in their lives. And like most craft fair/flea markets, it's got a lot of cool stuff. Also, a lot o...