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Glorified – The Joy To Come

“I knelt to drink, And knew that I was on the brink Of endless joy.” I receive email notifications from a few blogs. One of them is from a father of a special needs child.  I don’t read all the emails or … Continue reading

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How To Find a Good Caregiver

How do you find a good caregiver? Two years ago our son qualified for 30 hours of caregiving help. We were thrilled! Finally, after many months of dead ends, we were going to be getting! Now the question, “How to … Continue reading

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Press On – An Inspirational Video

  As a parent of a special needs child or a caregiver for a parent or spouse, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed at times.   That’s when a good Inspirational Video comes in handy.   At times when our own … Continue reading

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Does God Make Mistakes?

Recently, I had the privilege of being a guest writer on another special need’s blog. It was a post I’ve been wanting to write for my own blog but just hadn’t done it yet. Here it is. Or you can … Continue reading

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Oh The Blessing Of A Modified Shower!

If you’ve ever tried to get  a physically handicapped person into a  ”regular” shower and then wash them, you know what I’m talking about when I say it’s one of the hardest things to do. After a couple of years … Continue reading

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Counting It A Privilege

As my son has become more physically handicapped over these past few years from his Dystonia,  it has become more of a challenge to care for him. I find myself daily at a mental crossroads. Will I complain and murmur … Continue reading

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First You Die – Finding Contentment and Joy In Difficult Places

How do you find contentment and joy in difficult places? Over the past year, as David’s Dystonia has gotten worse and other life situations have become more challenging, I find myself asking this question more. I guess it’s in how … Continue reading

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Another DBS Miracle!

When a suffering and contorted child or adult finds dramatic help from their Dystonia it is a chance to stand and shout it from the rooftop! That is why it is with great pleasure and rejoicing that I share this … Continue reading

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Laurel And Hardy: A Good Medicine

“A happy heart is good medicine and a cheerful mind works healing, but a broken spirit dries up the bones.” – Proverbs 17:22 (Amplified Bible) Being confined to a wheelchair because of Dystonia and struggling to use his hands in … Continue reading

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The Card Ministry

“Houston, we have a problem!” Sometimes our situation is such that it’s near impossible to get out and minister to others. Do you know what I mean? Maybe, like me, you are a parent of a special needs child and … Continue reading

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