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Disability and Childlessness: It's Complicated

I am disabled. I am childless. For a long while, I identified as childless by choice. In a way, it is a choice, because I do not experience reproductive problems that I know of. 370 more words


That's a shame

At church on Sunday, the preacher talked about how the cross frees us from shame. “I’ve heard this all before”, I thought, issues surrounding unconfessed sin, residual guilt, etc etc are long gone, I’m used to keeping short accounts with God. 752 more words

Signs of spring....

And this….

Concert season starts Friday.



Joanne O Riordan, A girl who knows no limits.

Can any of us imagine as we lie there watching our pregnant belly being scanned what it would be like to be told, “I’ll just get the consultant”. 582 more words


I Want My (CP) TV

This month I’m participating in WEGO Health’s Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge.

I’ve often been told that my life should be a TV show. It’s hard to think of a TV show that compares to my life (there’s also the small fact that the TV provides more background noise than entertainment these days). 399 more words

Another Side


This is the link to the blog written by Cindy Marabito to help save my dog’s life. My life has been turned upside down in the past two weeks. 404 more words

Former Miss America touts husband for Congress in new ad

A Georgia congressional candidate is out with a new campaign ad featuring his wife, the first deaf Miss America.

“My husband John is running for Congress, because the dreams of our children are threatened by Washington,” says Heather Whitestone McCallum. 116 more words