Throwback Thursday – Autobiography Part 2


Last week I began typing up the autobiography I wrote for my 11th grade developmental psychology class. If you'd like to start at the beginning, check that post out first. This is part 2 of 3. Childhood In first grade I had an awesome teacher named Mrs. Bush. She was the best teacher I've ever had. As … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Autobiography Part 2

Exploring Ectrodactyly with EEC Chick


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

Dear Diary, Thanks for keeping all my secrets. Love, Heather


When I was 10 years old I was given this little pink diary for Christmas. I had no idea then just how significant a role this little book (and the dozens more that would follow) would play in my life. As a 10-year-old, I wasn't even really sure how to keep a diary. All the … Continue reading Dear Diary, Thanks for keeping all my secrets. Love, Heather