Imagine climbing Mt. Everest and making it to the bottom after weeks of the hardest work of your life, teary eyed because you did it, and then being told that it didn’t count because you needed oxygen. What your body provided you with wasn’t enough for the high altitude of Everest. Even though you trained,Continue reading “Climbing Everest”
I’m a big sister with a big job. And some of you are too. I’ve always said that once I’m a grown up with a ph.D. and a big girl job that I’m going to do research on the siblings of people with disabilities. I’ve always wondered what we all end up doing. What everyone’sContinue reading “Big Sisters with Big Jobs”
I am not a person with Autism. But, I know and love a lot of people who are. There are many many blogs and social media accounts run by people who are actually Autistic (follow #actuallyautistic on Instagram), and my goal with this post is to simply relay the information that I have learned fromContinue reading “Acceptance Over Awareness”
This picture popped up in my Memories on Facebook today, and I decided it was time. With prom season here in full swing, this has been growing in my mind lately, nagging almost. Like it just won’t go away until I share my thoughts with someone else…or everyone else. Every time it wandered its wayContinue reading “Follow Me to My Table”
Follow My Blog
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.