In Learning to Drive, Michael has Down syndrome, is determined to deliver his mother’s ashes to the Grand Canyon, and although he has a strong desire to learn, doesn’t have a license to drive.
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There is so much I want to tell you about Kari and also about her son, Thorin. Thorin reminds me so much of a little Marcus, what with his endless imagination and knack for monster storytelling. Just last week, Kari shared on her blog, “A Story While Making Dinner”
Kari and I are a lot alike, too. We are both writers, and mothers, and wishing for a more tolerant universe. I feel like the Wagner-Peck household feels a bit
The Rose Performing Arts for Children and Families in Omaha Presents Shrek The Musical.
Shrek is a crowd favorite in the Sikora home. In fact, it was just featured prominently in the session Marcus and I just gave this weekend, “Storytelling as Advocacy.” We shared the key components to a good story in addition to how (and why) you can use these stories in advocacy efforts. It was pretty jam packed with information – but let me leave you with this.
Friends, this post is where I will talk about Crave after attending a complimentary sampling of food and wine. Some lucky person will win a Giftcard provided by Crave. And in case we’ve never met before, here’s where I assure you that all opinions are my own. If we have met, you’d know I don’t know how to do things any other way.
So, Theatre Thursday came early this week, where I talked a bit about Marcus and the Tony Awards and Supports in Can a Person with Down Syndrome win