It’s July 2021! What a year so far in life, work, and reading. Last year I read 46 books, just shy of my personal goal of 50. From historical fiction to self-help to fantasy, reading helps me unwind and explore new-to-me worlds and experiences.… Continue Reading “2021 Reading List: Part II”
A poem: Love is a shadow when we feel alone. Love is a line held fast to a stone.
In 2020, I read 46 books, just shy of my personal goal of 50. From historical fiction to self-help to fantasy, reading helped me unwind and explore new-to-me worlds and experiences in 2020–a year of hardship, COVID-19, and the shifting to a different kind… Continue Reading “2021 Reading List: Part I”
A few months ago I asked myself: What is something new I can do to help promote Down syndrome Awareness, inclusion, and community engagement? Last year I self-published the children’s book I Am Me. About the book: A heartfelt and honest work that acts… Continue Reading “FREE books to celebrate down syndrome awareness month!”
Each year, Down syndrome Associations across the country gather together members and the local community to celebrate and raise awareness. Super Jay Brand is committed to giving back annually. Although we are not sure if this annual fundraising event will take place in person… Continue Reading “I Am Me – Team Super Jay”
Super Jay Brand is part of the One in a Million movement by Multiplying Good x2! Check out the award for the book I Am Me and the award for Masks with a Mission. About the awards: For nearly fifty years, Multiplying Good has… Continue Reading “One in a Million Award(s)”
With all that is happening in the world at this moment in time, I find myself looking to the comfort of a book to imagine, explore, and pull myself out of my day-to-day more and more. Maybe you feel the same, maybe you don’t.… Continue Reading “2020 Reading List”
In the moment, something unexpected feels heavy, scary, and stressful. We undergo a rainbow of emotions, a plethora of thoughts, and seconds or minutes of total blankness. But when the episode is over and the fog thins, there’s little left to do but breathe,… Continue Reading “Locked Out”