Tag Archives: Ibby Anderson Grace

Forward and back…16 years of Ausome!

This fabulous young man turned 16 today… It was a day of looking back and looking forward… a low-key, laid-back day with very few demands. In reality, today was a sort of culmination of small birthday events that have been … Continue reading

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Autistic Sun

“The image is called Autistic Sun. That is what it stands for. Do not trust the puzzle piece. Do not live with fear. Just be yourself. Autistic people can make the world their own.”  H Image description: A mixed media … Continue reading

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Corbett O’Toole on Enduring Activism: “Dancing for the Win”

I met Corbett O’Toole at TASH in Chicago. We hung out – we talked – she is fabulous – we quickly became friends. Corbett invited me to attend her talk to the University of Illinois at Chicago Disabilities Studies Doctoral … Continue reading

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The Great Chicago TASH Adventure

I am sitting now in the airport, awaiting my flight home to Vancouver via Portland. It is a welcomed quiet; an empty space to pull together my thinking and reflect upon the many ways I have been nudged and influenced … Continue reading

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