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Another Perfect Day with Surfer's Healing

Just last summer, 2016, we signed up for Surfer’s Healing again. This year was different, they set things up as a “draw your name” sort of way so everyone gets a fair chance. 541 more words


One Perfect Day with Surfer's Healing

For two summers now my three spectrum boys have been blessed to get into Surfer’s Healing Camp in Malibu, California. I first read something about… 410 more words


The Autism Meltdown at Wet N Wild

I’ve been managing melt downs for years. YEARS. With three different kids. They range in complexity and severity. They can be hours or, very rarely, minutes. 812 more words


Small successes

This summer I took a new job in a new profession. The whole process of applying for, transitioning to, and now learning the job has gone really well, but leaves me with little “bandwidth” to create blog posts!  749 more words

Autism Spectrum

Why you should never tell somebody they are only 'a little bit autistic'

As a female with Asperger’s/high functioning autism this is the thing I dread hearing most after disclosing to somebody that I have Asperger’s. I can’t speak for males with the same diagnosis, but I know it is something us Asperger females are frequently greeted with, and shockingly I’ve actually heard this comment from medical professionals (though thankfully only from specialists who aren’t linked to the area). 1,522 more words


The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

Title: The Rosie Project
Author: Graeme Simsion
Pages: 295
Year: 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Time taken to read: 24 hours
Rating: 5/5

Goodreads synopsis:  873 more words

Book Review

Another Internship, a NYC Adventure, and More Ground Covered

Work’s been keeping me from writing and that’s a good thing, but now I have a lot to tell you. First off, MJ will be starting another internship next week and Pathways helped her line up some possible freelance graphic design work. 1,310 more words