Disability

With a Little Moxie: Book of Quotes and Photos: FREE e-book

Today is October 1st, the beginning of Down syndrome Awareness Month and the start of our Month with Moxie, celebrating the gift of an extra chromosome and a life lived with moxie – with courage, verve and vigor.

 

I made a little book of photos and quotes I've posted here on the blog or on facebookfree for download, so download away!

 

Let's all be a little more inspired.

 

Click on the photo above to go the bookstore and download your copy, or just click here.

PDF is also available:

WithaLittleMoxie

 

Happy Monday! Happy Down syndrome Awareness Month! Happy Month with Moxie!

 

ps

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Meriah
Meriah Nichols is a career counselor, teacher and blogger. Single mom to 3 (one with Down syndrome, one gifted 2E), she is also a Trekkie who likes her coffee hot and black.
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4 Comments

  1. Oh, wow, that is pure sweetness.  🙂  Unfortunately, it says it can only be downloaded to an "i" device, of which I have none.  🙁

    • no, there is also a pdf file – you can download it to your computer or to a kindle or anything else that reads a pdf!

      the link is right underneath the button on the right (of this blog)

      🙂

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