Posts Tagged ‘family’

My Next 30 Years Living With Epilepsy

At the high school where I teach, students wear shirts that say, “You are stronger than you think.” Besides having epilepsy, I have dyslexia fueled by paranoia, so that the first few times I read the shirt, I thought it said, You are STRANGER than you think. As a person who has lived with epilepsy […]

Everyone is Adopted

Everyone is adopted… some of us are more adopted than others.   I was adopted 46 years ago today on July 3, 1968. As long as I have known my life story, I have known that I was adopted. I have always loved being adopted. I wish that every child could be adopted, even if […]