Disabled friends of abled people don’t let said abled people un-ironically use the phrase “differently abled”. If you’re using that phrase, the odds are high that you haven’t spent any time around disabled people, especially visibly disabled people. I’m bringing this up because I’m scrolling through Twitter and just ran across someone using “differently abled” as part of their foundation name, and I kind of want to hurl.
I got breakfast from Dunkin Doughnuts for myself and the sweety this morning.
Mmmm Munchkins. I haven’t had these since forever.
Not gonna do this every day by any means because it would get too expensive, but it’s definitely a very nice treat.