A look into public perception’s of disability within romantic relationships.
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Ann Coleman on silencing the inner critic and writing with confidence.
Emily Austin on the evolution of her parenting blog, The Waiting, and her growth as a blogger.
“Even at fifty, I feel the stirrings as strongly as a young shepherd boy who dropped everything he knew, crossed the desert, and ultimately found his heart’s desire.” Musings on books and dreams by Michelle Terry, inspired by Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist.
Mia Mingus on disability, access, and autonomy: “When someone is helping me with access, I am vulnerable; I am interdependent with them, even if they don’t realize it.”
The Pacific Northwest is inundated with wildfires this summer. The smoky haze produces stunning photographic effects.
Joshi Daniel, a photographer from India, celebrates nearly a decade of photoblogging.
The Final Sentence, by Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog In a cold and sterile room, Ernie sat on the end of a table. He waited in brutal silence for someone to enter. He studied the floor intently through his boredom. The light-colored tile was clean. He could find no dust in the corners, although he examined the areas […]