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Give. To Live. For Life. Reece’s Rainbow and Children in Eastern Europe

A new report by Disability Rights International on abuse within institutions for the disabled in Mexico was horrifying. It’s unbelievable that this kind of monstrosity is still occurring today. Right now.   So too, are reports regarding the situation of children with Down syndrome/disabilities in Russia, like this one from NPR and these from Human …

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“37 Seconds” Came Busting Out of Japan and Knocked Me Over

This is about the Japanese movie, 37 Seconds, that is currently on Netflix. There are a few spoilers in this review. My friend Mellanie sent me a message the other day, asking if I'd ever seen 37 Seconds. I scuttled over and watched it, pronto. Here's the preview: 37 Seconds Movies that truly to seem [...]
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How to Get Your FREE Lifetime National Parks Disability Access Pass (Military & 4th Grade Too)

This is about how to get a FREE lifetime National Parks Disability Access Pass. If you are serving with US Military or a 4th grader, you can also qualify for a free annual Parks Pass, and this post will show you how to do it! America has 61 protected areas known as National Parks and [...]
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How to Take Care of Your Family’s Health When Traveling in the States or Abroad

How to Take Care of Your Family’s Health When Traveling in the States or Abroad Whether you’re traveling across the U.S. or into Europe or the Far East, taking care of your health is very important. It’s easy to catch bugs that are going around when traveling. Often, you’re breathing recycled air on flights, trains, …

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Disability Access in Budapest

This is about disability access in Budapest. It includes deaf access in Budapest, blind access, and physical access in Budapest. There are links to helpful organizations and other posts at the end of this article. Budapest was a real shock for me after the Netherlands, because one country (- the Netherlands) is the absolute best [...]
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It Took a Deaf Lady in Budapest

This is a photo-heavy travel post about Budapest I was fascinated by so much that I saw in Budapest. The grocery stores, markets, food breads and pastries marzipan gelato gyros! hawaii mix! marizipan shop cheetos! hungarian langos holding that marzipan my kids were so excited breads at the mini market something something? langos some kind [...]
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Susie, Budapest, and Getting My Ass Kicked

This is a travel post about arriving in the train station Budapest and finding our way to the Air B n' B through public transport. Budapest dazzled and intrigued me as we stepped off the train at the Kaleti station. Like a glorious glass lace building, it’s arches soared and sunlight poured in. It was [...]
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