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The Myth of Solid Ground (memoir: chapter 6)


Chapter 6

Diary entry, January 16, 1989:

Hannah and I are home alone while Henry’s in Butte, Montana, of all places, for a job interview. He’ll probably get the job—an assistant professorship, teaching mostly composition to engineering students. 1,433 more words


My Introduction - (a.k.a. Why I Do What I Do) - Part II

If someone were to ask me what is the one thing that drives my passion to promote, research and plan travel for people who have special needs, I would have a two word answer:  My Son!   1,246 more words

Special Needs Travel

Immunizations: Fact and Fiction

by Janet Craig, RN, MS, PNP
Clinical Nurse Specialist

Immunizations help prevent many common diseases. These include, but are not limited to: polio, measles, diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), rubella (German measles), mumps, tetanus, rotavirus, hepatitis A and hepatitis B. 1,219 more words

Children's Health

If you think about it....

An hour to drive up….

An hour there…

And an hour to drive home…

Might seem like a crazy way to spend the afternoon.

But you know what? 13 more words


the beginning of our story . . .

Part I: Before Superman

Long before Michael ever sat still in Barnes & Noble . . .

Our little family started off quietly enough. My husband, Kelly, and I decided early in our marriage that we wanted children and we wanted them while we were young. 987 more words


It's Not Over Until it's Over! Post-it Note #100

Today marks my 100th Post-it Note.  It’s a milestone.  I had no idea where this blog would go when I started, but now that we’ve made it this far, I’ve debated what to write about for #100.  467 more words

God's Grace