Yesterday, checking out at the grocery store, the grocery clerk commented on the cupcakes I bought. I said the cupcakes were for my son’s classroom
I shared with Wil’s friend, that during the snow days off school, “Wil and I played with these big blow-up things that you put over
I remember, when Wil was a brand new baby, I walked into my first Down Syndrome Support Team (DSST) meeting. Young kids with Down syndrome
I made Wil’s breakfast and busied myself in the kitchen awaiting Wil’s typical wide-armed entry into the living room with a hearty, “Look at me,
Last night I gave Wil a hug before bed and as a joke he blew on my cheek. I started laughing, and he started laughing.
One of my favorite parts about Special Olympics events is when I thank the volunteers for their time, and they say, “No, thank YOU! We