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Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Blog: “How Quickly Fall Rolls Towards Winter,” October 24, 2019

This fall has been a season of paradox. We bought a bigger house, which is amazing. However, unpacking has been anything but amazing. If I felt pressure to pack up our place as quickly as possible to meet our closing date, the pressure to unpack and find all our crap — to feel settled —… Continue reading Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Blog: “How Quickly Fall Rolls Towards Winter,” October 24, 2019

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Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Blog: “When We Borrow Mobility,” November 1, 2019

My husband Geoff is a professional skier with a T7 complete spinal cord injury but watching him ski is a little like watching an eagle soar upriver. He rips down mountains with the ease and grace and swooping arcs only a bird is capable of as very few other animals reflect smooth, carved turns in… Continue reading Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Blog: “When We Borrow Mobility,” November 1, 2019

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Why the “Understory” of Growing Up is Essential and Why We Need to Listen

A scientist friend recently remarked on the foliage as having an understory and an overstory.¬† These terms had been unknown to me at the time, despite being a next door neighbor to National Forest for the last 20 years.¬† Yet, I have not been able to stop thinking how an understory perfectly defines the forest,… Continue reading Why the “Understory” of Growing Up is Essential and Why We Need to Listen