One Year of The B.L.A.I.R. Connection


Today, May 26th, marks one year since I launched The B.L.A.I.R. Connection. I’ve been overwhelmed by the support for the website, with over 5,000 visitors. I am also so grateful for the siblings who have contributed to the website in any way. To celebrate this milestone, I’d like to share my scrapbook of important events since I started the website. This scrapbook will be apart of my display at the FPS International competition in June. Here’s to adding many more pages in the future!

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Finding the Unity in Disability

If I don’t have a topic in mind when it’s time to write a column, I read articles. I look into the lives of other siblings of special needs individuals, delving into the struggles, pains, and joys of their respective experiences. From this, I usually find something that I can relate to in my own life, and I let the writing guide me to my own ideas. Read More

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Running Out of Pictures

Now that my sister is gone, photos are one of the main ways I feel that I can connect with her. Whenever I’m missing Blair, I look through old photos and memories. I find it healing to edit photos of us creatively to be symbolic and make it feel new. Here are some of those edits. Read More

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