Friday, December 21, 2007

What Is That about Twelve Days?

Here is a traditional version of The Twelve Days of Christmas.

For a different twist, look at the 12 Days of Disability Christmas. No drummers drumming, no golden rings, and not even a partridge in a pear tree. Instead, Ouch presents a 12-point view of Christmas traditions with a disability perspective.

Ouch also wishes us all a "merry cripmas."

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5 comments:

Merelyme said...

umm...wow...i think i am depressed now. that was sobering.

LISA EMRICH said...

Hi Vicki,

I've decided to start a Blog Carnival specifically for those with MS or those who discuss MS. You are invited to participate. Information is available at http://brassandivory.blogspot.com/2007/12/announcing-new-carnival-of-ms-bloggers.html

thanks,
Lisa

Merelyme said...

just stopping by to say hello and that i hope you had a great holiday.

Callie said...

Diddo with Merelyme....

Diane J Standiford said...

Ah, but on the 25th day of Christmas your true love brings to you:T R U E LOVE! To love and be loved is something MS can never take away. In fact, love is the best cure we mere mortals have for almost every suffering in life.