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Admittedly, I was getting tired of seeing the name Brock Allen Turner in my newsfeed. I avoided learning any details of his crime. I didn’t want to read the letter from his victim, mostly because I was afraid of letting any images enter my brain that I couldn’t remove. Maybe due to my vivid imagination or my effortless visualizations or… Read more »
To my past and present library coworkers: This job was always more than a job to me. From day one, working with you all has been my lifeline. You may not know this, but the only reason I applied for this library job was that my counselor suggested it as a way to treat my depression. I was isolated, knew… Read more »
For Elysium blog chronicles the journey of a mother through home, family, parenting, disability, and Down syndrome. The for Elysium Family: Katie (blog author): Thirtysomething. Loves the outdoors, gardening, reading, and creative pursuits E: Oldest child, only daughter, double digits. Loves sports, science, and singing Bud: Oldest boy, too close in age to his big sister. Loves Minecraft, video games,… Read more »
It takes some getting used to, and in all honesty, I am still working on it: coordinating my expectations with Kyle’s developmental timeline. As Kyle is the third of four kids, I have a general idea of when to expect skills to emerge for a typical kid. Up until about 5 months, Kyle seemed to be right on track. But… Read more »