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Rose Wolfe
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‘Nuf said.

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It was one of those mornings, Spring shining through the windows.  The promise of warm breezes and light jackets.  My favorite way to wake up.  Smiling, I lifted myself up.  Wait, no.  Rather than sitting up, I had remained prone.  Okay, I’ll try to push…

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Originally posted on Cal Grevers: I believe every disability brings with it, a unique skill set, making itself useful in both your career and social life. If we talk about how the challenges of disability give us an edge, we move the focus from tolerating…

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Originally posted on Frank Solanki: He used to call me names Throw paper balls at me Would drop a toad on my desk And on some days even three I would help him in his homework He never would thank me back Only thing I got in return Were the silly jokes…

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  Two weeks ago, I wrote the following: ” Failure is always inevitable for a successful life.” When I first penned this conviction, I wondered if it would ring true for you.  Have you ever felt the same way? Failure Example #1:  When I was about 8 years…

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  We don’t seem them much anymore in this era of digital time, sand clocks. As a young woman, I bought one on a whim.  It wasn’t one of those big hour clocks that you see in movies.  (Remember the one in The Wizard of Oz?)    Mine was a minute timer.  A…

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Originally posted on Living in God's Pocket with ABI: ? Marea del Portillo This is a thank you blog that marks my second anniversary of living with ABI. I say thank you because the readers who have been reading my blog entries over the past year have been…

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  Faces?  Vases?   Initially, which did you see?  How long did it take until you could see both easily and clearly? Our eyes see more than our brain interprets.  Visual cues all around us are being filtered out, and our awareness is limited to our…

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Clunk.  Laying the book down on her lap, she turned her head so that her good ear was aimed toward the sound. Again, another clunk.   Not knowing what else she could do, she waited with the still patience of a deer in the woods; her heart pounding as if…

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I have the unique ability to be invisible.  For a while, I thought it was because I am shorter than most adults. If that is true, I thought, how is it that children are not bulldozed down into the ground?  Maybe, I reasoned, that is why kids have such…
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