In a private special needs group I follow, the question was asked: “In unthinkable circumstances, should hope be offered?” Here are my thoughts.
I follow a wide range of people on Twitter – special needs parents and experts, individual programmers, as well as companies. I also follow a few joke accounts. A couple days ago, a tweet by @soveryawkward struck me to my core – “That awkward moment when you realize that sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.”
I’m happy to say that we’ve safely arrived at our condo in Tennessee.
We're officially on vacation! We've stopped for the night in Indiana.
Jessica, Namine, and I gave another talk to the bioengineering class at Marquette University.
Namine had a great time at the Milwaukee Ballet Tour de Force kickoff party.
Despite Namine’s hurt wrist, she had a great time at the last tennis practice.
Namine has switched back to using her old walker.
Namine’s wrist is no longer broken.
We met with the Marquette students building Namine’s wheelchair. Namine had a lot of fun.
We live in Wisconsin, where it is cold in more months in the year than it is warm. Namine gets sick easily, and she loves to play in the snow.
Namine has outgrown her hand-crank bike, so we’ve started looking at new ones.