Category Archives: Disabled Children

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Me, me, me and my blog

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A Letter to Max

As I have been known to do, I like to lecture.  I like people to sit still and listen to me talk. I actually get paid to do this!  The only people who don’t sit still and listen to me … Continue reading

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Courage?

I have decided to admit that what I really need is a little courage. I found this bracelet in shop in my new most favorite town, Eastown – Grand Rapids. This is a funky little, artsy downtown area next to … Continue reading

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Did I do this?

I  was looking forward to my trip to Michigan as a chance to get back into the habit of writing what I like to think of as my previously entertaining and pithy blog posts.  I have been away from writing … Continue reading

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PTSSPMSPRHS

I am so tired, I can’t think straight and I am so tired. See, I can’t even write a sentence. I am standing in my kitchen with my 27th or so cup of caffeine procrastinating some unpleasant tasks and feeling … Continue reading

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A drive gone wrong

Max has never ever been an anxious kid.  He has taken life in strides and run fast into new situations with his head held high and a smile on his face.  He is a joiner, a partier, the outgoing  Mayor … Continue reading

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