I hit a million. A million times this blog has been opened up. People read. People cared what I had to say. A benchmark more than a goal- I never thought anyone would read this stuff, but one that I looked at myself and thought, “Whelp, maybe I’ll walk away.” Blogging. This damn blog has… Continue reading I’m sure of nothing.
I felt the earth tilt a little a my resolve crumbled around me. Dizzy. Nauseous. Mad. Most of all, sad. I had spent days preparing for this meeting. Knew the law well, knew I had rights. It all laid poached like once hopeful animals at my feet. I had nothing left to say. No fight.… Continue reading Promise me.
Autism Speaks is calling for a “national plan” in a piece written by Suzanne Wright on the organization’s home page. I’ve been disillusioned with Autism Speaks for some time now, mostly because they spent so much time and money peddling their wish for a cure. The “cure” narrative bothers me. It treats my son’s neurology… Continue reading Autism Speaks does not speak for my son.
Casey trying to “Titanic” Carter on the bow of the ferry. Carter wrestling Casey off. Casey getting away before Carter strikes back. Peyton: Lord of the dance.
I saw the this quote on Pinterest when I was sitting in my 68 degree house. I got super excited because GOOD THINGS ARE GOING TO HAPPEN! I’m always sweaty.
I’ve been told several times this week than I’m being too sensitive. That the word “retard” isn’t offensive, and that I need to teach my daughter some resilience. I need to teach Abby resilience? What many people coming to my last post didn’t realize is that is Abby isn’t my only child with special needs.… Continue reading Words are not just words.
Hey Sephora, Up until a year or so ago, you’d never find me at a department store buying makeup. I was a proud drugstore make up wearer. I also had really bad skin that was only getting worse. When I switched to Sephora products, not only did my face clear up, but my make up… Continue reading “Celebutard” lipstick- Hey Sephora…