Autism + Communication

Why kids with autism will always struggle with verbal communication:

But… they’ll be hugely successful in taking over the world of electronics, gadgets, and concrete information:

 

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Home Sweet Home

Listening to Tyrone Wells sing Home to Me: “You feel like home to me.”

Day 143 of Lisa Congdon’s 365 Days of Hand Lettering.

How they get you…

with ATM fees.

Text from dog

I could waste time on this all day.

Sundays

I cannot explain how much this resonates with me. I love my Sundays… church, gym (not lately but I’ll get back to it), lunch, relaxing, Surprise Sundays with Firefighter, and preparing for the busy week ahead.

A Sunday well spent brings a week of content.

From: today is going to be awesome.

Facebook annoyances

Your baby, your dog, your food, your instagram… this is so true.

I love my job.

One of the perks of my job is the innate ability to look at a child who others may wonder “what’s wrong?” or “what happened?” and I see his potential. I see all that he could be with just a little help and that extra push. I see all the fun we could have in the therapy gym jumping around on all the equipment or rolling him on his wheelchair through the halls in a race. I see the mother’s love for her child despite his imperfections and “disabilities”.

My eyes see the differences but my heart sees a child, the modern-day miracles that these children are.

I see them as children of God, the beautiful masterpiece of our amazing God.

Here’s Christian’s story.

 

Quote of the Day

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Virginia Beach in Watercolor

Virginia Beach in watercolor, by Stamen.

Inspiration for the Day

“Beginnings are scary, endings are usually sad, but it’s the middle that counts the most. You need to remember that when you find yourself at the beginning, just give hope a chance to float up, and it will.”

-Hope Floats

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