Category Archives: work/employment

A Million Ordinary Days by Judy Mollen Walters

I saw this book in the Goodreads giveaway list and was intrigued by the description. I requested a review copy from the author, and she sent it right away. The full novel far surpassed my hopes. She included so many … Continue reading

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Dear People Who Care: Listen!

How many of my readers with chronic illness and/or disability who go to church have been told, “I’ll pray for your healing, honey”? After they say, “Bless your heart, darlin’, “do they ever offer everything they’ve been told about any … Continue reading

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Daily Words Are Doing Me Good

I have a life It’s not a bad life; Though it could be better. I love where I live I love the mountains I only wish I could get out of the house more than I do I want to … Continue reading

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Be a Failed Artist

Author Patti Digh is one of the first people I think about when it comes to creativity. This is from her book¬†What I Wish for You “Chapter 4, let go of certainty–be unsure.” Being unsure sounds completely bonkers. But if … Continue reading

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More Inclusive Arts for All of Us!

One of my favorite places that offers people with disabilities opportunities to be creative is the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts (The Nina) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I was never able to go and play there, because it was … Continue reading

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Making a Living or Making a Life?

I have always had problems finding a job that works out with all my limitations. I never worked during high school or college because I didn’t drive and lived in small towns. Finally I found internships/summer missions where lodging/transportation/food were … Continue reading

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