If you ever had a doubt that individuals with disabilities want to do the same things as non-disabled individuals watch this video and learn otherwise.
It is with heavy heart that I announce our recent loss. Aunt Delores was an amazing woman. She was loving and witty; but most of all she was Aunt Delores. There’s really no… Continue reading
“Why bother?” Staring in the bathroom mirror, I asked myself. “Why bother attempting a family vacation?” The scratches across my forehead and neck made me question myself. Traveling with autism presents many unique… Continue reading
I love my Nana the most Nana the most Nana the most I love my Nana the most Yes I do “Nana” is what Cade calls my sister Iris. Yes, she taught him this… Continue reading
What’s the world like through the eyes of innocence? Somewhere over the spectrum I see the wonder. I see the wonder of a world not tainted by ignorance and hatred; where superheroes exist and fairy tales… Continue reading
What is beauty? Sometime it’s evident by obvious physical characteristics. Sometime it’s right in front of you and sometime you have to search. Sometime it’s beautiful from the beginning and sometime what starts… Continue reading
“Do you want to build a snowman?” Sitting quietly on the couch, Cade gazed out the window. Sadly I watched as he missed out on the winter fun. “I am sure he would… Continue reading
I have never understood the phrase “God never gives you more than you can handle.” The very definition of suicide is people who were given more than they could handle. My life is… Continue reading