One foot in front of another.
One. Small. Step. At. A. Time.
Maybe, just maybe, we will get there someday.
The interesting thing about the Pay It Forward Day concept is that organizers around the world may never know how successful it is. That is because participants don’t have to register or sign up.
“There’s no work to it,” Huntley said. “People can do something on their own.”
On April 24, people from all walks of life can give to someone and make a positive difference.I like that. It's kind of like the whole "don't let your left hand know what your right is doing", but on a grander scale. So what say you, good people?
I have long hair.
She has short hair.
I am chubby and short.
She is skinny and tall.
I have braces and glasses.
She has freckles and cerebral palsy.
I can draw, ride a bike and read.
She can't do any of these.
I can walk and sit.
She has a wheelchair,
and tries to talk
but out comes noises,
I like to chew.
She likes to go for long walks.
I am stubborn and loud.
She is sensitive and caring.
I am outgoing and fun.
She is different and interesting.
I go to dance.
She goes to therapy.
I drink from a cup and eat regular food.
She drinks from a bottle and eats pureed food.
I like to play outside.
She likes to play with noisy toys.
She doesn't make any choices.
We make them all for her.
I think I have a good life.
Hers could be better.
Every day I watch her grow,
in sorrow, laughter and snow.
I hope no one takes her away.
I would be lonely and miss her every day.
I start every day with the positive
attitude that one day she'll be
just like me!
I don't care what we are.
I love her anyway.
I don't care what other people say.Cross-posted at A Primer on Special Needs and the Law
We'll always be sisters and
the best of friends.
That's the way it's going to stay.
"Americans like to name their storms.
This last snow storm we had they called Hercules.
But as a Canadian, I prefer to call it winter."
One section of the bill makes it illegal to use a device to hook up to a telecommunications service without lawful payment. It’s not clear whether computer programs count as a device, or if the proposal could be broad enough to punish something as common as hooking up cable without paying for it or accessing a locked Wi-Fi signal.Now whether or not these amendments are "good ideas" is not really the point.
“Imagine your rant about children today. Your rant about men this, women that. The question is what on earth is contemplated here,” said Vonn.
“Which is not to condone hate. We don’t do that. But we are talking about some very serious provisions of the Criminal Code.
In particular, Vonn said she has heard concerns from the Palestinian community that protecting national origin could criminalize harsh criticism of Israel.Perhaps some legal education is called for here.