I cried before, during and after. I am just so darn proud of this young woman. Hearts should be made of Spandex because, really, mine has run out of space to store all the love I fell for her and my other 2. All she could say on the way back home in the car, and until she fell asleep, was: Can you believe it? I got my own medal!!
When your adult child has a learning disability, is running their social media controlling them?
I’m sorry I’m an eyesore to you because of the way I look. Can’t be helped I’m afraid. I think you look gorgeous, though. I’m sorry I’m an earache to you because of the way I speak. If you only knew how hard I try. There’s so much I want to tell you besides I … Continue reading SORRY?
she will have about 5mn to plead her case that people like her shouldn't have to explain and justify why they deserve to live.
September 26th, 2014 So, this is going to be a very emotional (for me), a very personal and most probably a very poorly articulated post. Incredibly it’s NOT going to be about Kathleen and Down syndrome (well, not primarily). And if you wonder why I would feel the need to make it public, well, 2 … Continue reading When the obvious is invisible…
("I DON'T HAVE TO") I happen to be a... ...WHITE (as far as I know. I'm not proud of it as I had no input in it, and frankly, I don't care. I'm not ashamed or feel accountable or responsible of what people with my skin colour did/are doing to peoples of different skin colours. … Continue reading I don’t give a toss which colour under the rainbow you are!