This is a lucid thread critiquing the social model of disability vis a vi when chronic illness is in the mix of one's disability. https://twitter.com/ChronicTami/status/1038420985844621316
Yeah, I get where the impulse comes from - so many people equate 'disabled' with 'lesser,' and it is so hard to fight that. Not being defined by a disability is nice, but ignoring it feels like a different problem.· Jennifer D.
The radio just brought me a Bluegrass take on Blind Melon’s No Rain. So Sunday is going fiiiine, my friends.
It wasn't. But I like the choice of slower tempo and more dynamic range in comparison. I heard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMJ8ajAMQso —I like the quality of female vocal here. Actually, after listening to both, neither went for it all the way—though there's always risk of trying too hard or going out of genre, wish it was more dramatic and punchier.· Micah 1
What you spend your time and energy on for others can be repetitive and likely mundane, but you will be present for the unexpected, maybe unfathomable, and certainly unforgettable moments you will be needed the most.
I'm always surprised there aren't more traffic accidents on property considering most of the people are unfamiliar with the area and super excited. The jug handle is especially confusing (though google tells me they finally put a light there in 2015.)· Pixie
Also, English is ridiculous.· Micah 5
I learned that "People lie, objects do not." Which I guess only helps for the present tense. Ugh.· Hey, it's CAJ! 3
("What do dead liars do in their coffins? Lie still.")· 9000 4
So when you're buried, you become an object because it's "laid to rest"? Interesting.· Hey, it's CAJ! 2
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