I've got a confession to make, I'm broken. The part of me that knows how to keep it all together and trudge on has been chipped away at the last few months. Though in the grand scheme of life and the problems of the world the things that have beaten me down seem insignificant. Yet these insignificant things are beating the shit out of me mentally.Read More
Last week I started my dysFUNCTIONAL series with I Don’t Want to Shake Your Hand. As I said last week, these posts are peeks into my soul. They are about knowing our own norms, knowing what makes us comfortable and knowing that our behavior is perfectly functional and okay.Read More
Today I want to introduce you to a new series about how absolutely dysFUNCTIONAL I am.
Having a son on the spectrum has really opened my eyes over the years. He is a capable, smart and passionate boy, but it when it comes to meeting societies norms of functional behavior; he falls flat on many occasions.Read More
Sunday, April 12th, Kings Dominion is hosting an Autism Awareness day. As a mother of a child on the spectrum this made my day. It is so nice to see venues that offer family entertainment actually embrace all of the needs of all of their visitors.Read More