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.
Handicap accessibility doesn’t happen in a vacuum. It requires compassion and consideration.
Even if you live in an apartment, you can still improve accessibility. Sometimes you just need to improvise.
This past weekend, Jessica and I volunteered at Polish Fest. When we were selling tickets, we saw something awesome.
Today is World Blood Donor Day. I want to take a moment to thank all the unsung heroes who have donated their blood.
I was asked to write for Romper.
The founder of Give Kids The World Village has passed away.