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Hold on to your drawers.


Going through some old things in a “JUNK HEAP,” I found this drawer and old candy shipment boxes. I got the idea to do a collage in a drawer; while using the drawer as the frame.

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Obvious Trouble with Current Accepted Disability Advocacy; Pointing Out What is Wrong!


Consider these things about having to say I have blank. How many people like being singled out? Do you want to be known for being different or having a disability? Did you want to belong to specific groups? How many realize the peer pressure teens with disabilitiies face? Are called stupid or dumb for going to Lab Class for help? Going through all these issues at or during adolescent? Recall Freak Shows at the Fair and Circues?

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Unsolicited Endorsement of Textbook for Child Development


Unsolicited Endorsement of Textbook for Child Development “Your Child Is Smarter Than You Think!” written by Wanda Draper Ph.D. is a book I believe should be thefirst book used in any parenting class, Child Development course, or any entry course dealing with raising or understanding children. This book supplies all the necessary theory, development progress,… Continue reading Unsolicited Endorsement of Textbook for Child Development

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Son, “Do you prefer my Mini Pad!”


Helping my son with his emersion into an Oklahoma History inclusive classroom, a phrase came out of my mouth that seemed so wrong! My son, Tanner, is taking the tests and quizes with no accomadations.  I am helping him organize information about the chapter.  What to do?  Figure out what works for him and so… Continue reading Son, “Do you prefer my Mini Pad!”