Mikelle and I feel compelled to write about life with a disability, not just the challenges but the opportunities, the friendships, the innovations, and the brilliance of our communities in action as we share our everyday life living with a disability. With a little more information, motivation, we hope to share how our life is shining beautiful and maybe help you to shine beautiful, too.
By Katherine Carol Take two twenty “somethings” dressed like early summer, one gliding gracefully, looking like a modern Renaissance painting, long, lightly seasoned red hair,
I love a good surprise. Not of the “psycho rips through the shower curtain with a knife” variety. No, no, that’s not my style. My
Years ago my, then, teenage son, Kasey, gave me a small picture he had picked up at an office supply company as a Christmas gift.
Balance. It seems like we are constantly search to find our life balance in these turbulent, often violent and a chaotic times. In my last
Two guys. One a barista, the other the boyfriend of my daughter, Mikelle’s roommate Lauren Lawton. Who says men don’t care? I say, men do
Confluence Park one Sunday evening to participate in the drumming circle and the fire dancing. We packed my djembe (a small African drum) and dressed