This is long and boring to read, just like a law school assignment.
In her 2003 essay, Spoon Theory, Christine Miserandino describes what it feels like to live with chronic illness. She tells the story of being with her friend in a diner when the friend asked her what it felt like to have Lupus. Christine went around the diner and collected twelve spoons from nearby tables. She … Continue reading Outta Spoons
While I'm not going to promise that this will be my last COVID-related post, I do promise that I will change the subject after this week. I know it's been a lot for everybody both inside and outside of the disability community to hear about constantly, but it's important that we don't forget that people … Continue reading “Sorry, But That’s Impossible”: Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19
When I wrote my last substantial post two years ago, I was winding up for my first year of law school, bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and ready to take on a new journey. Well, now I'm two years in and have one year left and I can say that going to law school has been the best … Continue reading Law School