I don't wear Sephora makeup. And as Mom of special needs kids - and friend to many people whose children have Down Syndrome, I wouldn't put this lipstick on a pig.
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My karate training has trimmed my figure and bolstered my confidence. Hmmm, maybe can be a MILF at 50? Or at least a, Mom In Line to Fight. Osu!
We each have our own truths. Our beliefs may be different, but our goals are the same: a happy, healthy, love-filled and productive life -- as independent and self-determined as possible.
Last week, a special education school bus monitor was arrested and charged with three counts of assault against a handicapped person risk of injury to a minor. That minor is my daughter Bella.
This has been a particularly rough April, aka "Autism Awareness Month." I'm trying to find the bright spots where I can. As always, I begin in my own home, with my three daughters, who have autism.
I liked the Fr. Gary that I knew for one hour. I'm sad that he died under a shadow. But I will never accept that sex crimes, because they are old, should not be prosecuted.
We need a thousand doctors like Andrew Wakefield, who are willing to risk their careers and reputations in order to find out what is happening to our children and how to heal them.
America, how does it feel to wake up and learn that you can't have healthcare tests that you think you or your loved one needs?
I used to say I was politically pro-choice but personally pro-life, meaning I would never consider having an abortion. That was until I was faced with the choice of carrying a baby to term myself.
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