Special Needs Kids: Heart Defects & Brain Injury
I could barely look at the page she handed me. As soon as she pulled it out, my chest tightened and the skin in my face grew hot. I was pretty sure that meant blotches. How I hated being so easy to read.
She described all the benefits the equipment would provide to my daughter, then put it away. She sensed my discomfort, my unhappiness at the direction our conversation had taken.
“Just think about it for awhile, ok? If you decide you want to go ahead, I will help you get it approved.”
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Allow me to show you my blog home. On the bar above, you read more about me and the photo in my masthead, and find every post that I’ve written about Ellie (we spell her name with and without an “e” depending on the day — we’re weird that way), grief, and depression. My archives listed by month are also there.
On the left, you’ll find posts by category if you prefer to browse that way, and a search box to look for specific things. Oh yeah, and buttons for my sponsors and featured bloggers.
On the right, the calendar shows which dates I posted, and if you hold your mouse over the number, you can read the title of that post. The box “Best of Joy In This Journey” is a selection of posts about faith that have stirred the most response. And below that is a series I’ve written about finding faith in the Bible and the God of the Bible.
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