Monthly Archives: July 2011

And the word of the day is “FIVE”

We spend the whole morning  – exagerating, we were there 2 hours- at a children museum. We are members since we arrive to this city. But I have been avoiding it when I’m alone with both kids. The museum has … Continue reading

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Dear Friend

Dear Friend, are you there?. I know when I got the diagnosis on my little boy I took my space. I tried to avoid some people and you got int he middle of my mess. I’m sorry. You know, sometimes … Continue reading

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Please CLOSE THE DAMN DOOR!

Ok I know. It is not so difficult to close a door right?, Well. In the building where we live there is this door, a “back exit” door that takes you to the common area directly. My neighbors, who I … Continue reading

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A bit of a different life

Yesterday I had an example of what would my life be with out ton of therapy hours. And I loved it. But I knew that wasn’t my reality. The kids and I danced while I was cleaning the house in … Continue reading

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Awarness

I was reading this post: “the fruits of awareness”  and couldn’t avoid to get worried. I have always gotten worried about what will happen when my son starts school. When he will be “forced” to interact with other kids that … Continue reading

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My Autistic view by Rhonda Williams.

My Autistic View   I do see you Please see me too First consider My autistic view   I’m already here Just wait on me It takes some time Not yours! But mine   Sometimes my eyes They seem to … Continue reading

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A perfect fit article for my yesterday’s mood

“Tears of an Autism mom” so true…   Although I guess for me the harder thing is that part of my support system ( family) won’t accept the diagnosis and still is in the denial stage. That just won’t ever … Continue reading

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