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Archive for May 2014

The day a photo post overwhelmed me with support

Last night I took Jordan for a walk with the dog. I told her it was because the dog needed a walk, but really, she needed one. Jordan is hard-headed. If you’ve followed her growth from a baby, you’ll know she’s been determined and hard-headed from the very start. Ask her old occupational and physical…

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The dance recital is back with a different challenge

“You know people pay more attention to dancers on stage who have differences,” Jordan said to me last night with a lot of certainty. “Especially ones like my little arm.” We had just wrapped up five hours of a dance recital dress rehearsal. Jordan told me she knows more people look at her on stage…

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On The Road with Peace of Mind

I’m in Boston this week. It’s so beautiful here and I can say I went to my first game at Fenway Park last night. I am so lucky to have a job that allows me to work at home when I’m not traveling. But when I’m on the road, I try as hard as I…

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Softball Season Returns with Speed

After a few weeks of practice and a rain delay, Jordan finally had a chance to play her first softball game of the season. She’s playing for the coach pitch Dragonflies team. If she sticks with this, next year is the start of kid pitch. (That’s when things get serious.) Jordan loves this sport. She…

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Supporting a Friend Because Different is Awesome!

I spend time each year encouraging you and pretty much any person I know to donate money to Camp No Limits because the organization is incredibly important to us. The entire special needs community is important to us. And when I know there’s an opportunity to help tell the story of how we can celebrate…

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