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First things first: What is a Blog Hop?A blog hop is when bloggers enter their url and blog name in a “linky”, which comes up as a collected list. From there, bloggers click and follow other members on the list.

A blog hop is a pretty fantastic way of meeting new bloggers, connecting with friends from your niche. It’s also a great way to increase your blog following, especially if you are just starting out.

Wednesday Blog Hop: Special Needs/Disability

The point of the Wednesday Hop is to gather Down syndrome and Disability/Special Needs bloggers under one umbrella. Each Monday I’ll post an optional prompt – a subject/question or idea that you are free to not follow. This is just for those of you that like a little nudging. You are more than welcome to just post a “regular” post, a “slice of life” describing bits/pieces of your day-to-day. It can be anything, really – just keep it on the overall disability/special needs theme (so save your How to Repair a Transmission post for Thursday).

Because this is NOT just for parent-bloggers of kids with Down syndrome and it IS also for general Disability bloggers (both people with a disability and also advocates and parents), the prompts are going to be pretty general. You can interpret them as you’d like and as it relates to you and your life.

All Hops will be kept under the new “Hop Page” in the tabs so you’ll have a place to look through back posts and read past weeks that you may have missed.

Sound good?

All right! Let’s get cracking.

This week, the optional prompt is is:

 That is, “tell me more about your connection with disability”

Optional blank photo of Captain Kirk to have fun with/spoof on/respond to:

* to use it, just open to a new window and right-click save. Upload to picmonkey and add comic bubble, fill it in with text, VOILA!, repost on the Wednesday Hop.

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