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Surprise blessings

We had the Flu last week.

Lynn and I were diagnosed Monday, Claire came down with a virus that acted the same way Monday night….And just when we thought we were done Caroline was diagnosed Saturday. 558 more words


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We recently shared an article on practical preparations for being a caregiver to an aging loved one.

What if very early diagnosis says that your newborn is living with autism? 98 more words

Care Giving


“Most folks are only as happy as they make up their mind to be.”
— attributed to Abraham Lincoln

There is some debate about whether or not that was actually said by the former president, but it certainly does seem to be the truth. 741 more words


Beer, bang, blood & BS

O, God, where to start retelling last night?

Got home from work in the late afternoon with two consecutive days off coming up. We had a fun Chinese pick up dinner; Joey downed his own weight in Lo Mein. 642 more words

Care Giving

We'll leave the light off for ya

People with autism connect with the world through repetitive behaviors.  I mean, we all do, right?  None of us want to live in a town where red light means… 643 more words

Care Giving

Asking for help makes you weak? Lies! 

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I learnt something today.

I have always known its importance but you know how we learn about an aspect of life but never really let it sink, so we just live each day till something triggers that knowledge? 312 more words

Life Lessons

The Hardest Thing I've Ever Done

I was recently playing a game with some of my closest friends in which we all simply answered whatever question was drawn from the bucket. The questions ranged from “what would your ultimate birthday party entail?” to “who would you delete from you life if you could? 429 more words