I am busy busy busy right now. So busy that I had to put blogging on the back burner today – sorry. BUT I am only doing this so I can get a few things in order on my end of the blog. I’m working on new pages and fun little updates.
I am also working my booty off getting together the items I need to make Mia her sensory nook – I mentioned this idea briefly in my last post. And actually it’s more like TWO sensory nooks. I don’t want to divulge any more information about them at this point other than to say one will be muted and the other will be a complete sensory experience. (I will explain the why’s and how’s of this in another post.)
It’s going to be amazing. Not to brag but, my creative abilities and good eye for what Mia likes and needs coupled with Roger’s ridiculously bad-ass ability to create/build things out of any medium – wood, metal, etc. he really is an artist with it – we just literally can’t fail. Well, at least that’s my hope anyway!
I am beyond excited about this, and when we actually do it I will write a detailed post about it – maybe even more than one. And, I will definitely post “before and after photos” of her room. And, depending on Roger’s mood while we are doing it I might even take pictures to make a little tutorial or how-to post about it.
But today I have something more important that I want you to watch and think about. It’s another “Ted Talk” this time by Aimee Mullins on the definition of “disabled”. I love Ted Talks – they’re one of the things I’m thankful for. And, I particularly love this one.
So, open your mind. Sit back. Hit play. Watch. Listen. Learn. And change your thinking.