Autism – More than Just Awareness
April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism Speaks, an advocacy program, began back in 2005 and created Autism Awareness Month. Every April 2, this awareness program/campaign/whatever you want to call it kicks off with buildings worldwide lit in blue, people wearing blue, and just blue, blue, blue everywhere to “light it up blue.” This is…
Blessings in Disguise – What Raising a Child with Autism Has Taught Me
“’Cause what if your blessings come through raindrops What if Your healing comes through tears What if a thousand sleepless nights are what it takes to know You’re near What if trials of this life are Your mercies in disguise” These words speak to me. They aren’t mine, but they are powerful. If you…
Talking About My Experiences with Raising an Autistic Son
You Don’t Know What Goes on Behind Closed Doors – Raising a Child with Autism
Many of you won’t know what it’s like, but there are many of you out there who understand what it entails to raise a child with autism or any sort of special need. For me, it’s the most challenging part of my life that I face every day. My oldest son just turned seven years…
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Lorna versus Laura
This is my second book, which now has the first draft completed as of Oct. 2016. It will be several months before the final draft is complete, as it will be read and reviewed by a writers group I&… Source: Lorna versus Laura Updated artwork for my page about my second book, Lorna versus Laura…
Resolutions or Goals? – A Re-evaluation
To some, the start of a new year is the beginning of promises, a fresh start, a time to try again. Even though it’s just another calendar year, there’s something mentally stimulating for many to take on a new challenge in a new year, to better themselves, to start a new hobby, or whatever. To…