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So Happy I Hated Facebook

I’d like to take a moment to thank Social media in their hand in this quest of mine for a service dog. I’m not talking about the connections I have made with people all across the United States, the fundraising I was able to do and the vast amount of research I have done on everything service dog related (although I am extremely grateful to have been able to use them to make the most out of a challenging situation) but in this case I am referring to the fact that because of Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram I became aware of just how isolated and sad my life had become. 565 more words

Cerebral Palsy

Why saying "Everyone has some kind of Disability" is a Lie

It’s not an uncommon refrain when trying to build empathy for disabled people, just say “Everyone has some kind of disability, some are just more obvious than others. 1,255 more words



We had a rainy Sunday so Cole and I took advantage of a break in the rain and ran a couple of errands (only places with underground parking in case the rain returned), and then spent the afternoon nestled in our warm little house goofing around together. 502 more words

Family Life

Snow, sleep and sweet treats

Today has been an odd one, well so far anyway. Anyone who knows me will tell you that I am most definitely not a morning person. 228 more words

Cerebral Palsy

Bath hockey player takes on 10 crazy Challenges to raise money for sick nephew

Written by Features Editor Alexandra Egan

Features Editor Alexandra Egan sat down with Christian Miller, a 22-year-old Economics student and hockey player at the University of Bath, to discuss ten monumental challenges he is undertaking this year to raise money for the Tree of Hope charity. 782 more words


Footer Davis Probably Is Crazy

The time has come! Footer Davis Probably Is Crazy launches into the world March 3, 2015!

“A sensitive, suspenseful mystery that deftly navigates the uncertainty of mental illness.”  –Kirkus Reviews… 100 more words


'The Fall' – A Father’s Memoir of His Son’s Cerebral Palsy

Landscape and architecture affect the destiny of a child with a disability

The Fall: A Father’s Memoir in 424 Steps. By Diogo Mainardi. Translated by from the Portuguese Margaret Jull Costa. 369 more words