Thanks to my colleagues, friends, and family who inspired some of these cartoons: Linda Backus, Doug Biklen, Peggy Burner, Sister Elizabeth Candon, Ted Carr, Eileen CichoskiKelly, Bryan Dague, Amanda Dana, Mary Beth Doyle, Alan Gartner, Dan Giangreco, Melanie Giangreco, Michael Hock, Robert Holland, Rachel Janney, Gloria Kishi, Tim Knoster, Norman Kunc, Adelle Keegan, Joseph Lockavitch, Dorothy Lipsky, Rick Marcotte, Erin McKenzie, Cathy Quinn, Bev Rainforth, Jane Ross-Allen, Mara Sapon-Shevin, Michele Sarkis, Peg Smith, Jacque Thousand, Emma VanderKlift, Rich Villa, Marilyn Wessels, Dan Wilkins, and the Vermont student who wished to remain anonymous (this student inspired the most widely distributed cartoon or the collection, Clearing the Path -- logs100c). Thanks also go to Ginie Olson, Morgan Ruelle, and Dan Vogelzang of Ruelle Design and Illustration for the input at various stages of cartoon development, and of course to Kevin Ruelle for bringing his artistic talents and generous spirit to this project over two decades of work together. A special thanks to Peggy and Roberto Hammeken of Peytral Publications for their initial willingness to support the development of these cartoons as an avenue for learning when other publishers shied away from them (1998-2007). Thanks to Corwin Press/Sage Publishing for their distribution of the cartoons for over a decade (2007-2019) when Peytral passed the baton to them. Finally, thanks to my colleagues at the University of Vermont (UVM) who contributed to this online availability of the complete collection, Jeanne Nauheimer, Jesse Suter, Lisa Hurst-Bouffard, and Valerie LeClair at the Center on Disability & Community Inclusion and to Chris Burns at the UVM Libraries.