This article begins with, “Your stomach is knotted. But you’ve prepared. It’s go time. Outwardly, you fit in with your peers. Yet only you could know about the invisible disability within you that no one else can see. The thing that makes you different. Not “normal.”” The article goes on to discuss the concept of normal from the perspective of a young person starting a new school year. An interesting read about being a normate, the fear of being ordinary (FOBO), and identity. It is presented in a very readable way with lots of great photos. The article, This May Sound Awkward, but Normal Is a Fantasy, can be found on the Invisible Disability Project website.