The art in my everyday

September 15, 2012Special Needs Child 1 Comment

As I steer the car down the hill toward the Farmer’s Market, carefully eyeing Ez for signs of seizure, I am suddenly amazed that I can be so vigilant and shift relatively gracefully through traffic…it is a quiet, fleeting art. I have written about “everyday life” academically for years, but until these last precious, breathless, … Read More


September 13, 2012Special Needs Child No Comments

I found myself in the Target again today hearing another person, a person I had never met before reassure me that my daughter was “going to be okay.” It’s the third time this week. Usually their sister or cousin or daughter’s friend had a small baby or a baby who walked late or whatever. And … Read More