Were she to face any other systemic challenge, whether big or small, I would take that challenge on as my own. I would write, speak, march, lobby and fundraise until my throat was hoarse or, more likely, she became embarrassed by me and asked me to stop. How, then, could I justify turning a blind eye to the primary systemic challenge she would face throughout her life?
Wiper of noses, maker of shampoo mohawks, finder of shoes, diffuser of tantrums and occasional lawyer.
Greg Allen is a lawyer in Vancouver and the father of a 2.5 year old human child and an 8 year old fur child. The two children often cuddle, which is cute, and then kiss, which is gross.
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