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End of an era….One huge leap!

So in the last week my boy has endured a huge change that can be a rollercoaster of emotions for any child, so we did have a few hairy moments with his behaviour but we got through it! 387 more words


A pause in posting

A friend of mine visited for a few days and I had no possibility of posting. When checking back I noticed that I have eighteen views over the last few days! 352 more words


Stick and Puck

Last Friday, Ryan and I had a plan. I was off from work; He skipped camp because he wasn’t interested in that day’s trip. We had some errands to run, but the real highlight of the day was to be a session of father and son “stick and puck” at our local ice rink — basically what public skating would look like if everyone was in hockey gear and they allowed sticks and, well, pucks. 1,236 more words


To The Duck Pond!

Tired as I was from working all weekend I kept my word and took him to his favorite place ever. It takes 30 minutes to get there and costs roughly $10 each trip ($5 for duck food and $5 for ice cream) but it’s totally worth it. 7 more words


in the reading room: random thoughts on Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer.

*Why I read this book at this particular time:

1. It’s on my Chris list, and my… 870 more words

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Twitter Follows

Alright.  Debatably, straight to the point but I have the “Tangential Gene” (aka ADD.)

I fail to understand why people who seem to Follow me on Twitter actually don’t–when they said they were–in an email.   900 more words


Aspergers and Peri-peri-menopause

Does having Asperger’s make coping with perimenopause and menopause harder or are we already monitoring ourselves closely and notice the symptoms earlier? Does this help? Or is no different? 1,277 more words