This Little Miggy Stayed Home: Call for Spotlights

Friday, September 19, 2014

Call for Spotlights

Hi friends.  Did you know we are super close to reaching 100 spotlights?  I think that's awesome.  Some might even say freaking awesome.  Freaking awes for short.  Anyway, I'm always looking for more families and individuals to spotlight, so if you would like to participate please email me at thislittlemiggy at gmail dot com.  If you know someone who would be perfect for the special needs spotlight, tell them about it and then have them email me directly.  (It just doesn't result in a spotlight if I email them first--they usually aren't interested enough unless they're willing to email me.)  Thanks so much for your love and support of this series it has meant so much to me and to you guys!  I get emails and comments about the spotlight often and how much you all enjoy it.  Although sometimes I don't have spotlights because I've just been too busy to reply, email questions, etc.  I've stopped apologizing for that and I hope you understand.  One woman show over here and real life (vs the blog) has to come first.

I wanted to share this short video making the rounds on FB lately that I thought you might enjoy.  Thanks Victoria!  This video encapsulates so many ideas for me--the worth of a soul no matter our abilities or disabilities, our hidden potential and like Victoria who sent this video to me, I like Paul's question... when someone says to him I could never do that, he simple asks What can you do?  Seriously, what can you do?  I think we short change ourselves and downplay our abilities all the time.  Enjoy.  

I probably don't say it enough, but thanks for your support.  I love this little space of mine on the internet and it wouldn't be anything without you guys.  So thank you.



  1. I'd love to - but am above the age limit?!

  2. I LOVE your spot lights and have read every single one. I don't comment as much as I should but I do in my mind! x

  3. Miggy,
    Have you thought about doing a "spotlight" on Lamp? Tell us all about the awesome things she can do. And how her needs affect your daily life.
    Just a thought,
    Alicia Q.