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Justine Tjallinks

Mirrored Emotions

Justine does not consider herself a photographer by definition, but an image-maker carefully curating elements to communicate a feeling. Tjallinks tries to mirror her own emotions in her work. 177 more words

Human Condition

Pissed Me Off, Again

“A right must exist independently of its exercise,” – Rory O’Shea Was Here (2004)

I usually try to be polite and mature in my writings.  I try to be as factual as I can and hopefully eliminate as much of my own bias as possible.   699 more words

Terry Wiens

Honesty Time...

Ok…I’m going to be perfectly honest with you guys, there are times that I hate Down Syndrome.  Yes, that sounds mean and harsh, but let me explain. 813 more words

Walk the walk

As you’ll have seen, I post a lot of positive stories about Audrey. It’s hard not to. But I want to be honest about something I am finding difficult; the fact that she can’t walk. 408 more words

Down's Syndrome

Meet the Parents podcast: What we talked about in July

The Meet the Parents podcast team and I are taking a break during August but here’s a reminder of what we talked about in July: everything ranging from teaching our kids about the world to growing old (dis)gracefully. 233 more words


Sportsmanship Day: On Firefly Community

For many SEND parents, school sports day can be a bit of a trial. Join me for a different kind of sports day over on the Firefly Community website: … 24 more words


Joyce Wallace Scott

Beacon Press
215 pages


ARC: Hardcover copy from Library Thing’s Early Readers in exchange for an unbiased review.

★★★★★ 436 more words

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