I look at you and I do not see
the passage of time.
I see my little girl
eating birthday cake for breakfast
playing basketball at night,
reading a book,
playing in the neighborhood Olympics,
or holding tightly to a cuddle-worn “bun-bunny.” Continue reading “i look at you.”
Our daughter is a teacher.
A Special teacher!
And she is one of the many thousands who are called to a vocation of teaching
who deal with Intellectual Disabilities.
But she (and others like her) remind us they are more appropriately considered:
Abilities that demand our RESPECT! Continue reading “The R-Word”
January has arrived!
And ushering in with it is not only another New Year
but the many, many, many, scribbled lists of promises made.
(Usually tied to a resolution for permanent change.)
I have been reading, all across the cyber-sphere, the many, many, many lists.
For enlightenment. Continue reading “the list(s)”