Tag Archives: Down’s Syndrome

Heaven’s Very Special Child — Part One of Six, Reblog by Nan

A meeting was held quite far from Earth! It’s time again for another birth. Said the Angels to the LORD above, This Special Child will need much love. His progress may be very slow, Accomplishments he may not show. And … Continue reading

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The Upside of Down…

Originally posted on Local Heart, Global Soul:
Last weekend I was sorting out some photos of local city landmarks taken last summer during some of my walking adventures. Suddenly I spied some photos that I’d meant to divert into a…

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IF the SNAKE ….

                                IF THE SNAKE SHOULD FALL ON YOU:  TRAUMA I had to write a note on trauma when I saw this photo. When I did … Continue reading

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Neglected Page

THIS IS MANDY MYKEL I’ve been so busy with different blog pages that I have badly neglected my Downs Syndrome page. Tonight I discovered two excellent downs blogs and have included a couple of excellent resources from the noahsdad blog on … Continue reading

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My Regret

My main regret about having Mandy is that my other three children got short-changed. I don’t know where I would have gotten the energy from, but  I wish somehow I could have done things differently.  When Mandy was born one … Continue reading

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Keep the Workshops Open

If you become aware of a movement in your state to close workshops for the mentally challenged, please oppose it.  There is a movement afoot in Ohio, and I understand they’ve put some mentally challenged individuals on their board to … Continue reading

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Nan’s Early Experience

He used to shop alone at the old A & P at the intersection of Clairemont and North Decatur Road, in Atlanta. His features were those of an old man, and yet someone said he was in his teens. A … Continue reading

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