Katie and Kayla Go Greek!

My heart is so full as I watch these girls pave the way for so many! What confidence and perseverance to be the 1st ClemsonLIFE gals to go through the sorority recruitment process. Thank you sororities for welcoming them with open arms. Your lives will be forever...

Courage=Vulnerability=Discipleship

Recently, Hope and I had the privilege of attending the National Down Syndrome Congress Convention in Orlando. We were 2 of the over 4000 individuals in attendance—many of whom had Down syndrome. This is only our 4th convention in 23 years, although I wish we had...

Do You Have a Backup Plan?

One morning this summer, as I was preparing to leave the house for an appointment, Hope came in my room dressed in her workout clothes.  Her normal routine in the summertime has been to wake up, eat breakfast, work out at 9 Rounds, shower, eat lunch and ride her bike...

Fighting Fears and Pursuing a Passion

This past year of blogging has been a thrill for me, a step out in faith and being vulnerable—baring my struggles and joys as Hope continues her journey to independence.   I want to say “thank you” for sharing this journey with us. Now that Hope has graduated...

Slipping on My “Peace” Shoes

I remember when the kids were young, and I couldn’t wait for school to be out—when there was no rigid schedule or structured days….And then, the third day of summer rolled around, and I was fretting over how I could keep them entertained without sitting them in front...

Class of 2016

Graduation…Hope did it! She got the ring, got the certificate, got the Alumni status—woohoo! And we get a raise—sort of! What a time of reminiscing it has been. I think I’ve been in denial that her 4 years as a Clemson student are really coming to an end. Graduation...

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