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Why I always say yes!

Look at those smiling faces! That’s why I always say yes!!

This weeks request was tie dye. Not something we’ve done before but apparently you tube makes it look very easy and lots of fun. 282 more words


Cobbled streets

Wednesday 18th July

The cobbled streets of old

Filled with stories to be told

Many tireless footsteps trod

With many shoes to be shod… 53 more words


An Impossible Prayer

Our daughter has oral aversion. I wrote a little about it here.

I have been praying that she would be able to eat birthday cake on her 4th birthday in August. 382 more words


Project SEARCH

It’s early morning in the Project SEARCH training room in MacAlister Hall on Drexel University’s University City campus.

The interns from this year’s Project SEARCH…

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Dealing with setbacks

As Kira has been progressing recently in some areas, she is struggling in some others lately. My husband (whom Kira is so much like it’s unreal) says that’s how he is too—when he gets good at one thing, another area temporarily regresses, so it makes sense to him that she might be that way too. 132 more words


A NICU Story (part 8)

Evie spent the next couple of days on life support. The doctors had decided to let Everly’s body rest and recover a bit before they attempted to remove her off of the vent again. 514 more words


On Dignity & Disability

I’ve been told that it’s a good idea to set up internet alerts to keep up with the news that may interest me. While I think it’s a good idea and I have come close to doing so on more than one occasion, I’m glad I don’t have any of it. 1,119 more words