If you are seeing a lot of people wearing blue or turning blue on social media (and they are not discussing Obamacare) it is most likely due to the fact that today is World Autism Awareness Day!
This morning I was walking up the stairs at Caleb’s school behind a father and son when . . . → Read More: Today is World Autism Awareness Day!
Somehow March is over and I’ve still not shared much about that trip to DC. Part of it is that whole black seed of misery thing and part of it is that I have told the stories so many times it feels like everyone in this state and maybe a few others have heard . . . → Read More: About that trip to DC
I wrote a blog, “Time for a new story?” last November on a topic that has become a bit of an obsession. Language. You will probably not find many parents of children with special needs who aren’t aware that language matters. Just look at the support the “R-word Campaign” has built.
Every time someone . . . → Read More: I am a work in progress.
At the last leadership series session, one of the presenters began the day by walking us through a bit of meditation to get us in the right frame of mind for a day of hard work (through play, it was awesome.) I’m going to shorten this by a great deal but you’ll get the . . . → Read More: Glitter
This story was passed out at a leadership series I am participating in. We all have a choice, we can only decide for ourselves.
Carrots, Eggs or Coffee? Author Unknown.
A young woman went to her grandmother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not . . . → Read More: Which are you?
Late last week, when Eric was at school picking up Caleb, the principal of the school happened to bump into him. She brought up a program that she thought he and I would be perfect for…but…either she couldn’t remember the name or Eric couldn’t. When Eric first brought it up, I thought we were . . . → Read More: Family Leadership Series
Yesterday, Caleb turned 9. He had a party at school to celebrate and he loved it. Yesterday, I was looking at pictures of my smiling happy boy with his friends. Yesterday, for the first time, I didn’t meet one of his birthdays with a feeling of dread. Yesterday, I was not scared that . . . → Read More: Today, we start again.
Three weeks ago1, I wrote about our chance to take fragile X awareness onto the field at Fenway Park. You can see story here (Today.) I am happy to report that all went well and Caleb went onto the field as hoped!
He needed a little extra love to get there…
But he . . . → Read More: Wrapping up some loosish ends…