Saturday, October 16, 2010

21st Chromosome info at Museum of Science and Industry

I find it funny how excited we get...

when we see something about Down syndrome.

We went to the Museum of Science and Industry today.

It's a great museum. We all had fun.

(My niece Karli (who now lives in our basement) was really excited!)

The change in me, and the love I have for my kids
strikes me at odd times.

The fact that I struggled so much at first with Polly's diagnosis
of Down syndrome
with time has become the vehicle that produces overwhelming joy.

If there wasn't darkness, I would not be able to appreciate the vast contrast of light.

(This saying was painting on a wall at the museum.)

"I have learned to love the darkness of sorrow, for it is there I see the brightness of God's face." - Madame Guyon

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