Tag: siblings


This I believe – 2014 edition

ear-end assessments and new year’s resolutions are both tools I find helpful for making decisions. This year I’ve decided to combine them into what I’m calling my 2014 manifesto. Organized into the two themes I most often write about,┬áthis I believe: Autism/parenting I believe that both person-first language and identity-firstRead More

You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometime…*

This weekend, I returned to a Lake Huron beach what I took away a year ago. As an adult, the Catholicism I was raised with has failed to feed me spiritually. So I’ve found myself looking more often for signals and meaning in the natural world. More than a decadeRead More

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Sparrow Migrations was featured in the June issue of this all-digital magazine, available for iPad or pdf download. Click the link to subscribe to their e-mail newsletter, which entitles you to a free issue. You can also find it in the Apple App store. The June issue is dedicated toRead More