Yesterday was a gorgeous spring day and literally the first day of 2015 that we could leave the house in short-sleeved shirts. Of course we spent most of the day outside, cleaning up all of the sticks that fell through the winter and raking up all of the leaves that had been plastered to the … Continue reading A Mouse in the House
As the name implies, ectrodactyly is a prominent feature of EEC. Ectrodactyly just means missing fingers (or toes). If you ask me about it, I'll say that I don't think about ectrodactyly much and that it really hasn't been that big of a deal in my life. Which in some ways is true. It has not caused me much physical … Continue reading Exploring Ectrodactyly with EEC Chick
For about a week now, I've been 85% deaf (as opposed to my usual 50%). I seem to have acquired an infection or a swelling or some thing which has caused my good ear to feel clogged and useless. I've been walking around feeling like I've just jumped into a swimming pool and the world is … Continue reading Deaf as a post – Part 1
Halloween has never been a favorite day of mine. As a little kid I was unsettled by the fake tombstones and cobwebbed skeletons that adorned my normally pleasant-looking neighborhood. Even now, I don't understand people's fascination with death and gore, like the current zombie craze that affects some of my coworkers. I have lived through experiences … Continue reading H-A-double-L-O, W-double-E-N, spells Halloween!