Food for Thought
Food for Thought – November 30, 2015
“We look through the notebook we see all the work that they did and these are notebooks that will never be filled by kids who were killed,” Slate stated.
It has come to my attention that ever since Caesar’s pesky census drew thousands to the city of Bethlehem, rumors have been circulating around the region that my inn is overcrowded and inhospitable. This is simply not the case.
Sometimes I go into the whole thing; other times, I just say she has a rare brain malformation and leave it at that. Sometimes I feel like being a teacher. Sometimes I’m just tired. When I talk to other parents of kids with rare disorders, I get the sense that they feel a particularly acute isolation. Our kids are all so different, even from one another.