Laughter is sacred space where the abled and disabled meet as equals. It has been said that love cannot be seen. If you visit the Blossom Centre in Anguilla you will see love between our children with special needs and their teachers, volunteers, therapists, and family members. Love is seen, it is felt, and it is tangible in the sheer existence and will to live and thrive of children with special needs. Meet Micah! He has faced many operations and challenges in his young life. And yet, he shares much laughter seen here with our dear friend and volunteer Ann.