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  I’m too polite. Everyone tells me this. Sometimes I wish I could change what I said when I’m fielding questions from virtual strangers about my daughter Meredith, who has intellectual disabilities. So, to all the people out there who have pushed my button, this one’s...

[caption id="attachment_331" align="aligncenter" width="270" caption="Meredith (left) and Caroline (right) discover the waterfall."][/caption]   My daughter Meredith walks with an awkward gait, she only uses one eye at a time and she asks about ten questions per minute when she is uncertain what may be coming next. So my...