As you can tell by the picture, life is often confusing, scary and anxious for those with autism and their caregivers. This comes about when trying to deal with life in general as the autistic or norm/abnormal life for the parent in just trying to prepare your child as best you can for a life… Continue reading News to Me? R did u know?
Plz take a minute to think about this person’s life and what it meant for her time on Earth. Pray we all learn a lesson that we should be trying to do what God wants. That she only had 52 years…TIME IS SHORT..SO FORGET THE PETTY THINGS AND ENJOY WHAT WE HAVE!
This was an extremely nice Christmas. It is typical for some with autism or other special needs to act as if Christmas is no different from any other day.
Tanner, my son, was a little more responsive as a baby. As the years went on from
he sat as far away from people as he could showing little need for gifts or Christmas.
Don’t get me wrong he is a blessing. He is different. Not all people are alike. Yet, most people understand seeing a person get a person a gift, especially at Christmas that he/she does indeed love.
This year my joy has multiplied and a little of hating and dreading the Christmas Season has been erased.
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.