There's something inherently terrifying about doing a Q&A. Not only is there an element of narcissism involved (really, who am I to think anyone would want to know about me, or what I think about something?), but there's a very real risk of rejection, and I know my poor, sensitive psyche just can't take it. One year ago, during this same month of extra Down syndrome awareness, I thought I'd just throw caution to the wind, hold my breath, jump in feet first, and give it a try. And I was very pleasantly surprised by the questions I got, the responses I received. Really, I had no idea what to expect. I could potentially hear crickets, or I could get one (or more) of those difficult questions. Not like I'd have a real problem with a difficult question, but for a first go-round on the Q&A, it might actually be nice to have it easy...
So here we are again, I'm ready to give it another go. Any and all questions are welcome, and I will certainly do my best to answer them!
PS. No crickets, please!!?
PPS. Don't forget to let me know if you are interested in guest-posting this month, whether you're a blogger or not! I'd love to hear your voices!