The T-rex gets a bad rap for its little arms, but did you know there are other dinosaurs with tinier ones?
Namine recently had a few roles in her acting school’s adaptation of Romeo & Juliet. She gave me a panic attack, but that’s on me, not her.
Ellen Stumbo (whose blog you should be reading anyway, she’s excellent) writes about her negative experience in attempting to enroll her daughter who has Down Syndrome in dance class. (As usual, I have plenty to say on the topic too.)
A wheelchair is not a restriction — it’s a tool for movement and living. It is society’s lack of access that is the restriction. Jason Clark
If you’re a parent — or you know a parent — who is having trouble with your child’s school, there are other options.
As winter kicks into high gear here in Wisconsin, it’s time for us to change the filter on our heater.
If you didn’t already know (I didn’t), “Voldemorting” is where you don’t use a thing’s name when talking about that thing. (There are slight Harry Potter spoilers ahead, so consider yourself warned.)
Namine and I are reading a book in school called “Homesick: My Own Story.” It’s about a girl named Jean who lives with her parents in China. Jean had a baby brother, who was born six weeks early and passed away a few days after he was born.
Namine and I went on another wheel run together. We passed a parade, and I’m still processing how people treated us.
For Namine’s birthday, we went camping. I wrote about the trip, but now I want to talk about the cabin’s accessibility.