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February 05, 2012

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Grandma and Grandpa

Thanks for all you do!

melissa aka  equidae

what a lovely post. ITs funny that what we define as disabled or normal has still all the similarities and ups and downs. It would be wonderful to meet up with you one day and learn from each other :)

abeer

Jenny!

It's so wonderful to read the new post and learn about the updates. I like the organization of the post: first, you start with pictures and short videos then your deeply thought reflections on what's going on in your and Heath's lives.

I sincerely wish Ryan and you success in your distillery business.

Heath has grown up more and he certainly looks cute in the pictures above. I love this idea of all-abilities playground as it is very much needed to dismantle these imaginative barriers that we erect between each other. It's a truly wonderful idea and I hope that you will succeed in the fundraising efforts. Boy! you are such a powerful rabble rouser!!Go Jenny!

I send love and big hugs for you, Ryan, Heath, and all your families' members

abeer

Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to Heath,
Happy birthday to you.

Sana hulwa ya Heath,
Sana hulwa ya gameel,
Sana hulwa ya Heath.

May the new year bring you happiness and more milestones of victories on all aspects of life. Amen!

With much love and big hugs for all of you.

Abeer

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