Confronting Yet Proud

I was cleaning up the other night and I came across it. I actually hadn’t seen it before, it must have been sent directly to my daughter.

It was the letter from my daughter’s doctor outlining all the reasons why she should be able to qualify for special consideration in Year 12 due to her chronic illness.  Whoah!!  It hit me.  Seeing the ‘problems and concerns’ of someone you love in print makes it very real.   We know that putting something in print or visible has value, it is why people write out their goals or take bspring 1efore and after photos of targets they want to achieve or create vision boards.  This time for me, this list, from my daughter’s doctor, impacted me significantly. Continue reading “Confronting Yet Proud”