Barely Seen

There's something about restless nights late night visions and soul searching Full moons and planetary alliances paint crimson the outer rims of sleep Stumble aimless on the hills made of blisters from the burns of unkept promises and half loves but I never give up the journey On the very edge of reason is an … Continue reading Barely Seen

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Struggling to Understand an Over-Politicized Nation

I do not usually talk about politics, but I find myself in a precarious position today. Many issues we face as humans have somehow become political, when they are ethical, personal, or simply in regard to human survival. I believe these issues are; the arts, the environment, education, and health. We as a society seem … Continue reading Struggling to Understand an Over-Politicized Nation

Repair, Realign, Restructure – The Three R’s of Special Needs Education

I just finished reading a remarkable post by the author John Elder Robison, Early Intervention or Not.  How Do We Decide? .  I had an opportunity to perform at The International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), the same conference Mr. Robison attended, and converse with a few professionals during the opening banquet. His insightful post brought me back … Continue reading Repair, Realign, Restructure – The Three R’s of Special Needs Education

The Perfect Life

Often I have been asked, by conference attendees who come to hear me speak, what I want out of life.  People are curious if my future includes people, independence, and decadence, or a scary isolated existence.  Not that there is anything wrong with living alone, but I do believe most people are shocked when I … Continue reading The Perfect Life