Fitting In while Standing Out

When I was in grade one, I wore costumes to school. One day I'd be a ballerina, the next, Michael Jackson. I LOVED playing dressing up. I don't remember the last day I wore a costume to class, but it happened, as expected. Somewhere between kindergarten and high school, I learned that people don't do… Continue reading Fitting In while Standing Out


Can She?

When we talk about Ruby's Aniridia, there are times the conversation drifts to what Ruby can and can't do -- and, most of those times, the focus seems to drift to can't. The same seems to be true when I think about other kids with disabilities -- the focus staying on the DISability, not the ability. The way Ruby's… Continue reading Can She?