Monthly Archives: November 2011

Almost Wordless Wednesday.

Yes, 25 days left.  If you celebrate.   If not, Santa’s still a nice, jolly kind of  guy to pose for a photo with… Fake Santa 2008 Fake Santa 2011

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Offers and Acceptance.

[Warning:  This is a bit of a rant.  I also wish to state that the rant is from the perspective of a mom of a child with ASD – not a lawyer.  Anything said in the following post should not … Continue reading

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Triggers and Patience.

As the parent of a child with ASD, I need patience.  Lots and lots of patience.  And understanding – let’s not forget understanding.  I have to learn to use and exercise both of these concepts and know when to let … Continue reading

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Weekend Archives: Going Up?

[What is it about the elevators? Is it the feel you get from going up and down?  Is it the control of going into a closed box and exiting in a whole different place, yet taking no steps?  Maybe, someday, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Two years ago, I did not know what a “blog” was.  Now, I don’t know what I would do without this place.  And “this place” would be nothing without each of you that comes here to read, share, laugh, cry, … Continue reading

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Almost Wordless Wednesday.

My son has been friends with Little “B” since they were so young.  This is the two of them at B’s 3rd birthday party (my son was 2 at the time): This is the two of them, the day after … Continue reading

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I’m Just Wondering…

Here are just a few of the questions that roll around in my head, at any given moment, during my day to day life, for which I have no answer: Why, if there is sensory overload, can my son watch … Continue reading

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