Saturday, January 3, 2009

New! Interview Series

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I have been thinking it would be interesting to post a series of interviews here.

Some I have been thinking about are:

Receiving Cochlear Implants

Caring For Aging Parents

Being a Pastor's Wife

Caring For a Special Needs Child

Having Siblings For Best Friends

Caring For a Transplant Child

So, what do you think? Would you like to read about what life is like for these folks? Would this series be interesting to anyone?

I am still in the process of getting permission from friends and family to interview them. (If you are thinking you fit into one of these categories, chances are I am working on getting an email to you!) Let me know if you can think of any other interviews you would like to see.


Anonymous said...

Hi Connie, long time lurker, great blog. I had no idea you had such a large beautiful family! It's Kelly Kile from Highland Oaks! It's been a long time! In case you didn't know, I have 3 kids, two are twins, and one of my twins, Grace has Down syndrome. I would be happy to contribute if you need me to. I also have homeschooled my oldest daughter since her sophomore year. She is now a Sr. I enjoy your blog! take care, Kelly, you can also find me on facebook.

Smockity Frocks said...

KELLY KILE!!! I had no idea you were stalking me!!! WELCOME! and it is SO good to hear from you! Off to find you on facebook...

Anonymous said...

I'd be interested in most things you have in your list. :)
One that I would LOVE to see up there is something like, 'Homeschooling - Dyslexic Style'. Hints, tips, how-to's, and anything else that would be a help in teaching my little ones who struggle in this way.
And even if you didn't do any interviews, since you were a teacher maybe you would have some thoughts of your own that you could email me. :) :)

Anonymous said...

not just the caring for special needs, but homeschooling them too. That would be nice LOL, since I have no clue what I'm doing with my special needs little one.

Linz said...

Your topics sound very interesting - looking forward to them! And praise God for your sister's successful cochlear implants! I've been meaning to say something to you..that is just such wonderful news! I can't imagine how neat this time must be for her and the rest of your family. Love you all - Lindsey & Dave

Pat's Place said...

I could answer questions about taking care of aging parents and also about having siblings for best friends.

Pat's Place said...

By the way, I LOVE the idea!

Brenda said...

Yes. To all of them.

Kara said...

What a great idea!! They all sound great:)

Elizabeth said...

Yes to all of them as well. My husband and I present workshops for Early Intervention on being the parents of children with special needs (Joubert Syndrome, ASD, & ADHD for 3 of our 4). The first time I went to an Early Intervention Families workshop, it was like being introduced to a whole new congregation!

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