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Care Switch & Dates Set

I had no idea what to expect when we first visited Children’s Hospital in Seattle. I had heard wonderful things about the care there, but had never had to put it into perspective as a mother of a potential patient. 1,003 more words


Seize Every Opportunity

We all have/have had/ are going to have parents at some point during our lives. They conceive us, feed us, water us, dress us, potty train us. 336 more words

Carpe Diem

Jurassic Girl

Velociraptor’s are clever, as any Jurassic Park fan will tell you, and they are known for testing the perimitor fences. They push boundaries, repeatedly test different areas for weakness, and rapidly establish who and what is in control and how they are best taken down. 625 more words


Words That Stick

As a teenager, my grades were all over the spectrum, although I had a nerdy girl reputation that stuck to me despite the struggles with my grades and even probation from the national honor society. 440 more words


The Challenges of Staffing Public Special Education Classrooms: More Trainings or Cameras?

I was reminded this week of the challenges in the public special education classroom and how harmful it can be for students on the autism spectrum. 671 more words

Ramadan 2015 Daily Reflections Day 16

Bismillah Rahman Raheem

‘We rise upon the fitrah of Islaam, and the word of pure faith, and upon the religion of our Prophet Muhammad and the religion of our forefather Ibraheem, who was a Muslim and of true faith and was not of those who associate others with Allaah.’ 147 more words


MRJ: How to keep yourself #busy during #fasting hours? [Day10] 2015

Hiii guys :)

Sorry I’ve been slacking a bit, as so much is going on. Moving house, Ramadan, Work Experience, broken laptop, no internet connection etc. 295 more words

My #RamadanJournal