KT :)

I find I’m not blogging as much as I thought I might.
Still planning on great words in the future but life is good at the moment and it’s always easier to vent when you are worked up!

But I also take pictures.
Kind pictures.
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I try and talk humorously about my daily life on Facebook. Little stuff not blog worthy.
I have five kids and a 90 year old father who still works as a pediatrician.
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I spend my days chronicling the life of my very special friend, Eevee.
She’s one in a million. If you need a friend she’s your girl.

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I’m still working on my blog/book.
“KT’s Kind Words-An incomplete guide to lazy-fair parenting”

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And last but not least as it’s my actual money maker, I rent out a beach condo in San Diego!
great condo pic


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I’ve had this thought;

We finally decided to not shame children anymore by calling them bastards & illegitimate or their mothers “unwed”.

So why are we shaming children of gay parents by calling their parents illegitimate & unwed?

It isn’t the gay parents hurting their children, it’s society’s labels of their parents union that hurts.

“Wrong, immoral, sin, evil, perverted, twisted, ungodly, bestial, comparable to the worse that humans can do.”

Think any of the children want to hear their parents called that?

Words mean things. They hurt people.

Stop saying hurtful things and hurting people.


Best Man With Cerebral Palsy Toasts Twin In Unforgettable Speech

That unconditional love is real and it starts in the home.
That joy and happiness are real.
That brotherhood can be a beautiful thing.
That a smile and a sense of humor speak volumes.

Kindness Blog

Korey Soderman has all the dirt on his twin brother, Kyle.

Korey, who has cerebral palsy, let some of those secrets fly during his best man speech at Kyle’s wedding two weeks ago. Because Korey can’t speak, Kyle read the speech out loud — once he choked back happy tears, of course.

The Sodermans, from West Palm Beach, Fla., have never let Korey’s condition get in their way. His mom, Wendy, started her own private school, IDEAL & Dream School, when she had difficulty finding a preschool for Korey, according to an A&E documentary about the family.

Korey, meanwhile, founded his own nonprofit, Korey’s Krew, which works with teens and young adults with physical disabilities.

“I’m differently abled,” he told the Palm Beach Post in 2010, after winning an award for his community service. “I can do what others do, I just do it differently.”

Source: Huffington Post & Youtube

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