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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Dear Mr. President, I write to you today because I am disappointed. Disappointed. *deep breath* In you. That’s very hard for me to say because I have always been a strong supporter of you and the promise you instilled in this … Continue reading
We are just 2 days away from World Autism Awareness Day. A few weeks ago our blue puzzle piece Autism Speaks pins arrived in the mail, along with a magnet for my car. All of my autism awareness t-shirts are … Continue reading
Tonight, after I bathed my beautiful boy, he began to spiral into meltdown. At first, he cried because the bath had ended and he wasn’t ready for it to, even with our countdown. Then, I think the sheer emotion that … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: For some reason I am unable to link 2 videos properly to this post. Please be sure that you click the link for the first video and watch the second! :) *********************** So today, my little angel was … Continue reading
The blank screen sits before me, glowing brightly, almost taunting me. Neener, neener, neener. You’ve got nothing. Not true. So, not true. A low blow. A cheap shot. Very cheap indeed. I am however, searching a bit. I’m searching for … Continue reading
Dear Friends, Neighbors, Colleagues, and Strangers, This year on April 2nd, our entire global community will be observing World Autism Awareness Day. The United Nations first proclaimed this day in 2007, as the rates at which autism was being diagnosed … Continue reading
For a week now I have brought my baby to school crying. They’re his tears, not mine, but on the inside where he can’t see, I’m weeping too, guiltily. I did this to him. Me. You see, for more than … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This morning I awoke to find that one of my favorite blogging Mamas, Jess @ A Diary of a Mom, had written a letter to Oprah to persuade her to join us in raising awareness for autism by lighting … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Many of you have asked me if I have heard anything from Monkey Joe’s in regards to the posts that I wrote detailing my family’s experience there. I have. The Director of Operations in the corporate office of … Continue reading