Going through some old things in a “JUNK HEAP,” I found this drawer and old candy shipment boxes. I got the idea to do a collage in a drawer; while using the drawer as the frame.
This project is unfinished. I will post an update when it is.
“FLEA MARKET FLIP,” has been an inspiration for me. Below is another
attempt at flipping.
Here is a drawing of a friend
I wad afraid to show her. I thought she might think it less than flattering. Here is where esteem gets in the way of accomplishing things you dream you could of, would of and might have.
Plus, let me share a few more of my art attempts.
Continue reading “Hold on to your drawers.”
The American Dream; Helping Everyone Reach For It!
SPREADING OUR WINGS INTO
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HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE LAMENTED OVER getting your special child to shower/clean hair better/ use deodorant and more?
Hygiene issues affect people with Autism, Sensory Integration Issues, Special Needs, and a number of other people. HOW MANY HAVE JUST ABOUT GIVEN UP ON TEACHING THIS SKILL TO THEIR SON/DAUGHTER OR OTHER relation/student and more?
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This year I am getting organized. Planning to fit soon, is in the list of things to do. One thing I am learning is that my All or Nothing Thinking is something I must change. This means when I have gotten way too far behind…..that I must catch up in one day……resulting in pulling the covers over my head and staying in bed depressed. Realing the idea of being perfect is too hard to attain. That said once I get in a routine and back into an organized system, I do great. My son with autism has a counselor that … Continue reading GETTING ORGAINZED THIS YEAR IN PICTURES
Pushing Begins in Labor and Continues Through Life Today is the day after my son turned 18 years old. Reflecting back, I realize when they told me to push during labor, that was the begining of a continual process. Whether your child has special needs or is quote “normal,” it is a parental job to push children beyond their comfort zone. Sometimes I have felt guilty for being “General Mommy or Sergeant Mommy;” so nicknamed by dad, my husband Bill. Tanner was not an easy baby. He had troubles eating from the start. He through up and would be … Continue reading Pushing Begins in Labor and Continues Through Life
Twila had carried in the rest of her bags into the room. I just had to go and get my bike and bring it into the room. This was going to be a fun weekend. We were doing the Tour de Trails Bicycle Race. More importantly we were going to do some meandering around the town of Winnsboro, Texas. A town we had lived in as kids. We had to stay in Sulpher Springs because of costs though; we were at the Holiday Inn Express. Twila asked, “What do you want to do first?” “I am not sure. Let’s eat … Continue reading Autumn Trails of Sixty-Eight
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