Wednesday, 28 March 2012

They Try and Try and Try

Shannon commented on the previous blog post. Rather than just let it sit there, I thought I'd bring it up here:

You know what got me in Richard Herring's piece? Where he said about having the balls to do something difficult the best you can. Because every week at Scope's/NANSA's School for Parents I see Maggie and three other little kids struggle to hold their heads steady, to reach out and grab the toy they want, to learn how to balance themselves - but they try, and try and try and try. They try so hard to do the things that were supposed to come naturally - and it's heartbreaking and heartwarming and really, really upsetting and amazing.


  1. That deep desire to keep on trying, to fight against the odds, is one very good reason (besides common humanity) why we as individuals and as a society should never write-off disabled people.

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