• Android accessibility

    Android accessibility

    My brother and I both have red-green color blindness. If there’s one thing I’ve noticed, it’s that there’s not much support out there for people who are colorblind.

  • Thanksgiving bulletin board

    Thanksgiving bulletin board

    We’ve updated our bulletin board in a timely manner, for once. :)

  • Halloween bulletin board

    Halloween bulletin board

    It’s that time again, kids. We decided to take down the Fourth of July bulletin board and do something a little more autumn-appropriate. You know, like Halloween.

  • The Intersection of Disability and Art

    The Intersection of Disability and Art

    Paul’s recent post about reading a book to Namine about Monet got me thinking of my favorite quartet of visual artists.

  • First impressions

    First impressions

    Namine and I started reading a new book last night. This one is for school, and since it’s a little too advanced for her reading level, I’m reading it to her. It’s about Claude Monet.

  • The kindness of strangers

    The kindness of strangers

    We took Namine to a little water park today, and she loved it.

  • Taco night

    Taco night

    A couple nights ago, we had taco night. When I got home from work, Namine was still doing her schoolwork. They’d gotten kind of a late start, so I started to brown the meat for tacos. I would have preferred fish tacos, but this meat needed to be used before it went bad.

  • Trip to the mall

    Trip to the mall

    We have a prescription for Namine’s glasses. We get our glasses at the VisionWorks in the mall, so it made sense to get Namine’s there, too. We also just so happened to have one a free train ride, so we decided to make a day of it.

  • Colorblindness


    Sometimes Namine gives us reason to believe she’s colorbind. It’s hard to tell, though, because sometimes she likes to goof around and tell us the wrong color of things, just to be silly.