Posts Tagged ‘Special Teams’

Marching for Change and a Mexi-fro Shot!

Monday, April 19th, 2010

It’s hard to find a reason not to participate in the March of Dimes’ March for Babies. The event is all about working to help give babies a more welcome entry into the world – what could be a more noble cause than that???

As a walker, it’s good for your health. As a sponsor, it’s tax deductible. And if those are not reasons enough – how about a shot at seeing @aspiringmama’s infamous Mexi-fro on display?


Special Teams chat 4/1 featuring @heathersebi98

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

#specialteams Chat Transcript for April 1, 2010 featuring @heathersebi98


Muse Cage Match: Born into Battle (excerpt)

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

 Earlier today I was happily tweeting away about Metallica when things took a sharp right turn into a parallel dimension. The result? My muse and one other, that of Wendy (a.k.a Sparrowbug), are locked into a cage match. Two muses enter … one leaves …

The challenge? Post around 500 words of our current works in progress (WIP) written within the last week.

Wendy’s entry – a YA that might end up being horror – can be found here.

(…. and as a last minute challenge, Pauline a.k.a. @aspiringmama is going to enter the fray ….)

My WIP is a narrative nonfiction survival guide for parents, caregivers and supporters of ill or special needs kids currently titled Born into Battle: Surviving and Thriving Amidst a Child’s Complex Medical Situation.


SpecialTeams transcript – March 26, 2010 featuring @kadiera

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

SpecialTeams chat – March 26, 2010 featuring @kadiera


Special Teams Ning Community

Saturday, March 13th, 2010

The Special Teams community is congregated over at our new Ning community!!!

 It’s a judgement-free space for parents, caregivers, advocates and supporters of ill or special needs children to gather, share and learn from each other’s journeys. Find us here:

Please come visit, join and post any material you think is relevant!

I’ve kept the Special Teams page here on my personal blog for reference – and because I will still be blogging occasionally about related issues.