Denouncing Evil Evil happened this past weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. Racism is wrong. Always. And it’s sad, unbelievable, horrific that racism still exists. Many took to social media denouncing what happened, and rightly so. Others pointed fingers at those who weren’t vocalizing their anger at what happened, claiming that those who remained silent were part Read More
Tag: Down syndrome
World Down Syndrome Day 2017
World Down Syndrome Day 2017 Little breaks my heart more than to hear stories about fetuses diagnosed with Down Syndrome being aborted. It’s reported that in Iceland, 100% of those diagnosed will be aborted, and Denmark is heading in that direction. In this US, an estimated 92% of DS diagnoses lead to abortion (read here). Read More
Down Syndrome Awareness Month
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, a month-long campaign to make people aware of the accomplishments and abilities (not disabilities) of those with Down syndrome. My next release, PIECES OF GRANITE, is about a couple who learns that the child they’re expecting has Down syndrome. It’s not an easy diagnosis to accept, and the parents are Read More
What’s Up Next?
First, I want to thank all my readers for supporting me on this writing journey. Your encouragement and prayers make this writing road trip much easier to navigate. (Sorry, couldn’t help the road trip analogy–I’ve just spent the last two days in the car!) Anyway, a number of people have been asking me What’s Up Read More