I’m reminiscing today because later this week I plan to join some business colleagues at a White Sox baseball game, it got me thinking about our few, yet powerful, baseball experiences. Like the time Three years ago Marcus threw the opening pitch at our local baseball field. I think he nailed it. It was a fun game with other DSA families. I also got “locked out” of Facebook that day for sharing too many photos, I guess…? I don’t know, actually, but here’s the video Facebook made anyway
I proudly share and emphasize the achievements of people with Down syndrome.
I intentionally spotlight success stories.
All the while keeping in mind a spotlight, in some ways, emphasizes the presence of only a few on the stage.
I forever marvel at how much more our world has to gain if we just gave everyone a chance at a solid educational foundation and appropriate health care.
How much further along would our planet be *right now* if “the few” didn’t cut off these opportunities for the many?
The next great scientist, artist, peace-maker, leader,
When your child is born with down syndrome, a bright future may be hard to imagine. The future became a long tunnel, too misty and unknown to even imagine…
From the Many Awesome Videos Shared on or around World Down Syndrome Day 2018 (WDSD18) –
Here are five (plus one) you should check out for sure!
Dear Future Mom
CoorDown has done it again with another original video. These are the folks who brought the world “Dear Future Mom” four years ago. In fact, let’s start with that one because, yeah, you’ll see:
I will tell you, though, Marcus is not a fan. He feels that the sad music (minor chords, ya know) do not accurately portray the message of the film.
Lea Goes to School