The Morning After

Found on Facebook this morning. So eloquently said. There are Christmas gifts bought and wrapped with care. They’re hidden in closets, under beds, at parents’ houses and kept carefully out of sight. They were bought in answer to scribbled notes from small hands that wished for a new bike or a new game system or … Continue reading The Morning After

I Am Your Child

If you have a minute, listen to Barry Manilow's "I Am Your Child" here. Innocent lives were lost today. No matter what is going on in your life at this moment, take the time to hug your loved ones and tell them you love them. Life can be changed forever in the blink of an … Continue reading I Am Your Child

Walk a Mile in My Shoes….Thoughts on Growing Up with a Disability

(I wrote this in 3rd grade in London, England). About My Life It feels horrible to be different from other people. So I sometimes wish that I could blow up the world. I have spina bifida and it feels so awful being crippled that I wish I could go outside and shout my head off. … Continue reading Walk a Mile in My Shoes….Thoughts on Growing Up with a Disability