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What Made My Speech a True Success

What Made My Speech a True Success

Preface November 2010 “What you think of me is none of my business!” I was sitting in a room of mainly strangers, having just read a line from one of my friend Judy’s favorite quotes. Although Judy was several decades my senior , from the moment we met[...]

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Join Meg each week as she provides insight into what it is like to have (and to parent) a blatant physical difference, and to demonstrate what the 'beauty of imperfection' can truly mean.
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Essays from adults who flaunt their own difference, or how they have learned to embrace parenting a child with a difference, and share their own unique experience.
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In partnership with Scholastic's TeenBeing blog, essays from teenagers (age 13-19) who are just learning to accept themselves, and willing to flaunt their personal stories.
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Essays from kids (age 5-12) who have been inspired to flaunt by the slogan, "The things that make me different make me, me."
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Hi I am Meg Zucker, wife of my amazing husband John and parent of three awesome children, two who share my genetic condition. Click here if you'd like to read more about me and how I decided to devote my time and efforts celebrating difference.
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It's time to flaunt with style! In partnership with Jennifer Stock, the Don't Hide It Flaunt peacock, is available as a charm in a custom-made jewelry line! Profit percentage goes to the incredible not-for-profit organization, "Runway of Dreams," also committed to celebrating difference.
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DHIFI Facebook Updates!

Another week has wound down, but it is never too late to post my latest blog! This week's is called, "What Made My Speech a True Success," and is dedicated to U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro, his incredible wife Julie and their amazing Embassy staff! #DHIFIMegsblog
www.megzucker.com/what-made-my-speech-a-true-success/
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13 hours ago  ·  

Today I am grateful that my kids have one another. For a child who is born with a difference, there is nothing like unconditional sibling support! #feelinggrateful ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago  ·  

Although it is the full time-stamped version- for those interested in viewing my presentation for Daniel Shapiro, the U.S. Ambassador in Tel Aviv and his wonderful guests, please see the attached link! m.youtube.com/watch?v=RqOmBn4-5bY&feature=youtu.be ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago  ·  

In a PS to yesterday's post, it tickles me that unlike their mom, Ethan and Charlie don't even think about their hands when they take a shot like this one at Masada, and the only reason Ethan (same age as I was when I took my "before" shot) has his hands partially hidden--was because he was cold. #feelinggrateful ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago  ·  

Here is a photo taken of me at Masada in 1982, hiding my hands. Here is the photo of me at Masada taken last week. A picture really is worth a thousand words. #Donthideitflauntit ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago  ·  

 
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