Going up against adults who think they know best when they're actually being ableist is hard to adjust to...
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“"I am going to have to insist that from now on, the table stays where I put it. Am I clear?" She spoke in a tone that was patronising and obviously not open for any input from me.
I didn't say anything. I just stared at her. I wasn't really sure exactly what I should say to that. I hated to admit it, but I think Craig and Roe were right. My parents needed to know and to deal with this.
"Am I clear, Ms. Oliver?" she asked again, her tone more forceful.
"Y-yes," I stammered.
She raised an eyebrow. "Yes, what?"
"Yes, Ms. Gibson," I said.
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