When you can’t get to church, church can come to you online.
We spent an evening over at Jessica’s sisters’ to celebrate a couple birthdays. (Happy birthday, sweetie!) There are some steps up into where they live, so I did what I usually do: I carried Namine up in her wheelchair.
The mindset of accessibility, and consideration for those that need it, has a long way to go.
Today is Giving Tuesday, and I’d like you to consider donating to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
There were two animated movies, released pretty closely together, which center around babies in one way or another: Storks and Boss Baby. On the surface, they are silly, playful, and somewhat irreverent stories around the cuteness and silliness of babies. But for parents like us, there is a darkness in the reminder that not everything has a happy ending.
This was prompted by our recent trip to the State Fair, but it applies to anyone who labels their services accessible without considering whether or not they truly are.
Today Facebook reminded me that a loved one is dead.
It started with an innocent enough question.
I came across this image the other day, and it prompted some writing.
I suppose, in retrospect, this kind of thing should be obvious.