Apple Donuts, Cucumber Boats, and Internalized Ableism

As a Christmas gift, my parents bought a subscription to Chirp magazine for M, and in it was a snack idea: a sailboat made out of a cucumber filled with cream or cottage cheese and some animal and fishy crackers along for the ride. So, a few weeks ago, I decided to tackle recreating thisContinue reading “Apple Donuts, Cucumber Boats, and Internalized Ableism”

“What’s Wrong With Her?”: Thoughts On Talking To Children About Disability

Update: Just in the last few months I have learned much more about talking to children about disability. An update to this blog will be coming soon. In the meantime, you can learn more perspective by watching this @biglittlefeelings Instagram highlight on talking to children about disability. Imagine this… You’re at a park with yourContinue reading ““What’s Wrong With Her?”: Thoughts On Talking To Children About Disability”

First Step Forward

The last time I consistently blogged was circa 2006; I was 24 years old. I had just graduated with a Master’s Degree in Humanities. I was walking out of a successful university career with numerous awards, scholarships and recognitions. I was starting my first full-time job at a local insurance brokerage as the Marketing Coordinator.Continue reading “First Step Forward”