I often say this prayer to myself:

"God grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change..."
(my daughter's disability, my husband's different timetable, professionals' resistance and/or others' attitudes toward my daughter and our family, ect.)

"...courage to change the things I can..." (my attitudes, thoughts, feelings, and plan of action to advocate for my daughter's and other disabled children's rights and needs)

"and wisdom to know the difference"  (through talking things over with others who understand disability issues, helping me to get clearer on knowing the difference)
I find strength and healing in these thoughts.
                 -from-
THE HEART ON BEING THE MOTHER OF A CHILD WITH SPECIAL NEEDS By JAYNE D.B. MARSH
**This site is dedicated to my angel Kelsey and the other angel families around the world**
Renae, Kelsey's mom
In Memory of Grandpa Gary
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