-The Legend of Miss Kobayashi!

-http://the-japan-news.com/news/article/0002682517: At a short 5’4″ and a thin 92 pounds, Jessica Hiromi Kobayashi (her new name) has polio (mobility impairment that affects her brain and spinal cord). Poliomyelitis, also called polio, is because (according to “Human Biology” at “Oakland University” in the year 2020), Miss Kobayashi did not get enough oxygen at birth in March 12, 1969.

-Yes, Miss Kobayashi, born in Japan on March 12, 1969, did not get enough oxygen to her brain when she was born, and she needs “Life Skills Science” at “Heartwood” with me in the year 2020, to get her to be independent. She does “para powerlifting” to help her whole body (polio is congenital), and Miss Kobayashi is high-functioning; she has blue eyes, fair hair, and pale skin.

-http://www.fdrlibrary.marist.edu/aboutfdr/polio.html: Before you prejudge Miss Kobayashi because she has congenital polio; Franklin Delano Roosevelt, my Democrat hero, had polio, and yet, he was a wonderful guy who created the New Deal in the 1930s in the Great Depression Era.

-The LINKS Program for Luke Mays

-At Shepherd College (http://www.shepherdscollege.edu/) in Wisconsin in a couple of years, Luke Mays (a Japanese boy I want to adopt in 2030; he will have autism, visual impairment, and spastic cerebral palsy), will have the LINKS program (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPsrvtzGI5w&nohtml5=False, Gerudo Valley from Super Smash Bros. 3DS on Luke’s Nintendo DSi; rated E10+ for preteens ages 10 and older; when you’re 10, you become a preteen; http://starautismsupport.com/curriculum/links-curriculum explains the LINKS program better).

-If Luke Mays can do para judo in London, England field trip by being a good boy, he can get his “Link plush toy-Legend of Zelda” as a privilege.

-Contrary to the youth on “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)” or “Child Genius (2010)”; Luke Mays WON’T believe the world revolves around him; the reason why gaining control over his emotions on a time-away and a spanking “will be because autism can impact behavior” (Understood).

-Not Letting LD Hold Her Back

-My middle school teacher, Mrs. Busby, is not perfect. She was born in Russia with something called learning disability. She was born with a weakness in reading, meaning she had “Conceptual Biology” in high school because she had trouble with reading; but it was not because of severe low intelligence.

-Mrs. Busby never gives up; she uses failure as an opportunity to learn. Mrs. Busby, despite adversity in an orphanage in Russia also because she was Christian (and Khrushchev took Mrs. Busby away from her Russian family in Moscow), used learning disability as an opportunity to challenge herself with her 4.0 GPA from Haslett High School, and now she has a Master’s Degree in middle school education at MacDonald Middle School.

-Mrs. Busby came from Russia in 1978, for a better life in the Haslett community as a Viking; the 1st Viking from Russia.

-My Sister Is 6 Years Old and 3 Months!

-Esther Maria Kim, my precious sister, is 6 years old and 3 months: She’s medium in size, her hair is brunette (dark) in color, she’s tan, and she’s my true Korean sister (born in Michigan of Korean heritage).

-I can’t believe that another year means I’ll leave Esther in 2018, and Esther will leave in 2030 (she’ll be 20 when she leaves here).

-Esther Hiromi Kobayashi Battling Severe Spina Bifida

-“Orthopedic impairment” (IEP defines this as “physical handicap”) is what Esther Hiromi Kobayashi, born in Japan with severe spina bifida, HAS; NOT WHO SHE IS.

-https://www.accessible-japan.com/japanese-paralympic-hopeful-prepares-for-rio-games/ means she was born with something called “Severe Spina Bifida” and is in her early 40s; suspected of having “intellectual disability” as well (the “R” word should be used sparingly, even on an IEP).

-She will be mainstreamed at Michigan State University, taking Khan Academy pre-algebra (after taking advanced math during the S.A.T. gauntlet is over) in AM and eating food at Brody Hall; this is where Mrs. Laurie Busby (who lives in Lansing, MI) will act as a paraprofessional (fair hair); Mrs. Busby will get out Esther H. Kobayashi’s Invacare cane.

-But on PM, she does attend special education at Whitehills School in 621 Pebblebrook Ln.
East Lansing, MI 48823; her paraprofessional (who lives in Okemos, MI), Mrs. Marie Mackoul (brunette with pale skin), is a sweetheart.

-Esther Hiromi Kobayashi (her first name will be after a Jewish girl who saved the Jews in the Old Testament) will be a Lutheran Christian (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod). Esther is a beautiful name, despite the fact she can’t control her body.

-Spina bifida means Esther (the fair hair girl) is unable to do things for herself (physically): She can’t open doors, walk without an Invacare cane, etc. But go figure, she can write well, do integers and pre-algebra with Sal Khan instructing her (and Esther doing the pre-algebra on her own; trial-and-error-strategies), and to mention PDD autism as well; she can name all the PDD medications she is on.

-Nazmiye Muslu Battling Spina Bifida

-http://www.engellispor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/538489_496027020427233_652726111_n.jpg: Born with spina bifida (condition landing her in a manual wheelchair by Invacare), Nazmiye Muslu also has microcephaly (small brain) when she was born in Turkey on June 13, 1975. Oh, why is she in a wheelchair? She’s moderately handicapped from the waist down; she has microcephaly as well: She is 40 to 41 years old and can’t spell her name, count past 10, or understand. However, she is in the Paralympics Powerlifting for Tokyo 2020, where I’m going to be Nazmiye Muslu’s bench-press judge.

-Bring Molly Home from China!

-On 2018 at MSU, I want to go to China to adopt Molly, a Chinese girl born with bipolar disorder on March 18, 2004.

-Molly is a sweet and playful girl. Her DOB is 3/2004. Molly can sit, stand and walk, jump, run and go up and down stairs independently. She can make movements with teacher’s guidance. Regarding language development, she can communicate with nannies and teachers. She get’s along well with other children and likes to help others. She is able to play with toys, clap hands and dance with music, and participate in outdoor activities. Molly’s special need is mental retardation. Give her a chance. Look at her file! (From WordPress’s tag for China adoption).

-My heart BREAKS for orphans in China, considering China has the world’s #1 record for executing people. But then Molly will HAVE TO COME AMERICA FAST WHEN SHE IS 14 YEARS OLD EXACTLY! Even one day after that age, the orphan status will follow her around for the rest of her life.

-http://www.r-word.org/r-word-why-pledge.aspx#.VuqUIOKDFHw means that when I mainstream Molly in figure skating at Suburban Ice East Lansing at the Basic 1 level, I expect that the R-word NOT be used as slang; I just want to MAINSTREAM A FIGURE SKATER WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY!