Archive | March 2012
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Today is one of those days where I find I have far more going through my head than I can possibly articulate in words. I spent most of the night pouring through news stories and press releases about yesterday’s announcement from the CDC about the current incidence of autism in our country. I read the […]
Sammy is a rock star. This we already know. He’s fighting a battle that we can’t even comprehend. Each and every day he fights. With a smile. With laughter. With temper tantrums and meltdowns, too. But he keeps going, and we do, too. You can even ask him. He has a little routine, usually with his dad, but […]
I generally try pretty hard to find the positive take on things I’m writing about. I could sooooo easily get caught up in all of the things in the world that make me sad or angry or frustrated … I think I could probably write a lot more – and more often – about those things. I was […]
I’ve learned to be a real fan of change. Change in behavior, that it. Sam’s, in particular. Change means something is happening. Could be something good, could be something bad – but in this marathon, something, which is the opposite of nothing, means progress. And the something that’s happening doesn’t necessarily correlate with the change in behavior. By […]
Last week, Pete and I had a little disagreement. About my blog. In all fairness, he was trying to be supportive and encouraging. He was, in fact, very complementary – telling me that my entries were engaging and well written. But that I needed to write and post more often. “Well, yeah.” I said. “And I just have so […]