SO it’s already been about two months since WDSD. I took notes, as I do, while we were there but I also wanted to stew in them a minute, simmer into my consciousness a little from life in the city full of every language, highest of highs and lowest of lows, decadence, poverty, and the arts. Our trip kicked off with March 21 at the United Nations, listening to advocates from around the world; It was amazing and I shared my wrap up of
A #WDSD16 Wrap Up
For you other geeks out there, I will now share about our #WDSD experience. For those of you who stick with me, there is an extra special treat at the end, the nugget Marcus shared with me at the end of the day.
From Webcam to Being There
For the previous 4 years I have watched the United Nations celebrate World Down Syndrome Day via live webcam. The first year I watched it was the first year it launched and before I
A very brief overview of the last few weeks. Very brief…
Worlds Collide? Wow, that sounds violent.
But it’s not, it’s natural.
Maybe instead I should say worlds reflect, nah, too distant. Worlds Web? Closer.
These last few weeks our passions, our friends, our prospects braided together, intertwined, and we spun around among them. My work, Marcus’ work, my friends, his friends, our ambitions, our play-time, and on and on…Marcus and I have been away from home for two weeks.
We began in NYC. March 21st we went to the United Nations for
We are super excited to kick off March 2016 and the #WDSD16 buildup with another virtual book tour of The Parent’s Guide to Down Syndrome, complete with another grand prize giveaway! Woop Woop!
The Parent’s Guide to Down Syndrome:
Advice, Information, Inspiration, and Support for Raising Your Child from Diagnosis through Adulthood