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The 70273 Project

  I’d like to tell you about my friend Jeanne Hewell-Chambers and what is going on in her world. http://thebarefootheart.com/introducing-the-70273-project/ I’ll let her tell her story on her blog, but I’m going to invite her to tell this group about … Continue reading

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I Will Never Settle For….

These are answers for a writing prompt evening on Facebook that was arranged to help people avoid watching tonight’s political debate. Thanks, Amy Ferris and Blair Glaser. I will never settle for a life where I’m housebound, especially when I’m … Continue reading

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I Never See You on Facebook Anymore–Or How Facebook Wrecks Lives

I check occasionally to see if you have unfriended me– The silence from you makes me wonder just sometimes. I don’t want to message you to tell you how I feel, And I don’t want to vaguebook something that will … Continue reading

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Born This Way–A Few Thoughts

I watched the new A & E show, “Born This Way” the other night. Since this blog is about creativity and disability, I thought I’d share just a couple of thoughts about it. I don’t want to make any hasty … Continue reading

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I’m Not Your Inspiration Porn!!

” Let’s talk a little bit about “inspiration porn.” If you don’t know what that is yet, and you clearly have been living under a rock if you haven’t heard that phrase, Wikipedia gives us a matter-of-fact definition. The term … Continue reading

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Coming Out of the Closet

My experience with sexuality and dating was limited. I didn’t date at all in high school, and the once or twice I went out with a guy I liked in college, I never actually knew if it was a date. … Continue reading

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Sharing My Work With Others

The quote above is how I feel about sharing my work with others. My work reveals my self to others in ways that are sometimes very uncomfortable, but putting my work in front of another person is my way of … Continue reading

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Empowering People Through Art

Father Richard Curry, S.J.: The Perfection of Eloquence The article linked above tells the story of the Jesuit founder and artistic director of the National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped, a 32-year-old nonprofit theater arts training institution for persons with … Continue reading

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Suffering The Silence Together

I In my nightly surfing, I ran into this. I thought I’d share it with all of you as a way to be creative and find others like you. Have fun following the hashtag #sufferingthesilence!

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Creative Social Media Can Help Your Creativity

My favorite social media options are Facebook and Pinterest. I have a reputation among some of my FB connections as the one who posts deep encouragement or just plain funny pictures/jokes. It’s my way of being creative in the interactions … Continue reading

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