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’ll let Jessica tell you about this one.
The latest version of Cover2 was mostly a bug fix release, but it also revamped the bundled icons.
An out-of-practice Namine returns to her piano lessons.
Namine had a great time at her first practice since she broke her wrist.
Namine was finally able to participate in a tournament!
Namine had an appointment this morning to have a bone density scan. We don’t know any more now than we did prior.
The latest version of Cover2 addresses a few bugs, adds something back from Cover, and lowers the stylesheet size.
Namine attended her first week of ballet with Tour de Force.
There was a discussion on one of the Facebook groups I belong to on how and when to educate one’s child on surgery. I responded there with a simplified version of what follows, but I have more to say (as I usually do).
Namine saw her cardiologist for a heart checkup.