We have five days left to reach our fundraising goal! If all of you donated $1, we would reach our goal seven times over. Probably 20 times over if you also shared on your networks! I promise this documentary will be the funniest thing you have ever seen.
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For the last two years, 20-year-old Shane Burcaw has shared his tales of life with spinal muscular atrophy on the wildly popular Tumblr called Laughing at My Nightmare. Now he’s writing a memoir, which he just sold to Macmillan.
I had to keep this a secret for a long time, but today I can finally officially announce that I have a book deal! Honestly, this is one of the most exciting things to ever happen to me!
I’m excited to officially announce that I will be departing on an East Coast speaking tour from May 24th-29th with my brother, and two of my best friends, Shannon and Andy (who work for LAMN, Inc.)! The four of us will be driving from Pennsylvania to Florida and back again, making stops along the…
It’s almost time! Make sure to check Operation Make Ellen Laugh around 11am so the tweeting can begin! Here we come, Ellen!
I will be posting detailed instructions (on here) for how this will go down this morning. Check back around 11am! Over 4000 people, that’s absolutely amazing. I have a very good feeling that we are going to be successful. Thank you, and let’s get pumped up!
Here is the event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/629758860373302/
Since I started my blog almost two years ago, people have been telling me “YOU SHOULD GO ON ELLEN!” They scream it at me actually, hence the caps lock. My response was always “I’d love to, but she’s very difficult…
In this picture you see a moose trying to attack me while being attacked by a pack of wolves. This all happened in the Harrisburg mall today. I’m lucky to have made it out alive; many were not so fortunate.
Follow this blog. This dude Shane is so funny and has such a great attitude, a better attitude than most able-bodied people. Thank you Shane.
The fact that I am disabled is deeply ingrained in my mind. Everything I do, every funny, awkward, unusual, and annoying event in my life—even boring daily routines like brushing my teeth—is affected by my disability. Living this way for 20 years has made me almost numb to it. When I’m lying on my…