My great-grandmother, Hannah Schwarck Price, was a strong, resourceful woman who was profoundly deaf. This resourcefulness was forced on her through her hearing loss and a husband who abandoned her to raise their children. A woman who was a divorcee… Read More ›
The World Wide Web turns 30 today. Thanks to the connectivity of this amazing creation, people can be anywhere, anytime without leaving their bedroom or getting out of their pajamas. What this means is if your environment has placed limitations… Read More ›
An agreement with the concept that God allows suffering or somehow meters it out through the fine science and art of not “giving us more than we can bear” is a cruel, malevolent description of God’s role.
I’ve been working on my latest project: An e-book with resources to help you with your special needs child or other family member or friend. It’s almost ready to be released. But I don’t want you to wait on me… Read More ›
I’ve packed up Howard Jones, Steve Winwood, Nanci Griffith, and Clint Black in the coffin of a cardboard box. And when the box arrives in Washington state, it will be opened and then their guts will be yanked out. Their… Read More ›