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Monthly Archives: August 2011
I’m so lucky and honored to be featured over at the SPD Blogger Network today! Click >>>>>> HERE <<<<<<< to view post. ********** Not sure what SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) is? Click >>>>>>> HERE <<<<<<< to learn more about the … Continue reading
Last year I sat down and tried to craft a witty, snarky, brutally honest post about the very reason that I walk each year for Autism Speaks. But after a few paragraphs in which I started to outline that I … Continue reading
Lobster and steamers for dinner. A New Englander’s feast. Sounded divine. The price had finally come down enough to justify the expense of lobster for 7. My treat. My idea. My oh my. That’s how it turned out because before … Continue reading
Middle child, selective listener, a bit shy, a bit rigid, a cup half-empty kind of guy. That’s my Micah. Quick to draw facts and knowledge well beyond his years. Quick to correct you, even when dipping into hyperbole. That’s my … Continue reading
Ever have one of those moments where what has felt like the most daunting of problems over the course of ages is solved with an incredibly simple (and oftentimes OBVIOUS) solution and then you felt like a total idiot? (Yes, … Continue reading