Facebook has become a wonderful place for me to meet some really awesome folks, and most of the time, these lovelies have me in stitches with the things they post. I recently had the pleasure of viewing the Ryan Gosling, Hey Girl (Special Needs) edition, courtesy of Sunday Stilwell, and man! Is this stuff funny! Continue reading
A medical diagnosis, of any kind, can be life-altering. A life that once offered some measure of stability would now be forever changed.
In 2005, our family received two blows to our way of living. That April, my son was diagnosed with autism, and a few months later, my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
What is very interesting about the two disorders is they both affect a person’s neurodevelopment; however, the affects are experienced at the opposite ends of a person’s life. While autism affects the youth and how they interact with the world, Alzheimer’s typically affects the elderly (over 65) and, ultimately, their interaction with the world outside. Continue reading
You’re probably getting tired of me always plugging Twitter, but I can’t help myself! The place rocks!
I’m all for testing new gadgets, so I said, “Yes!”
At first glance, the system just looks like your average mp3 player, but it’s the sound tracks that deliver the gifts. Continue reading
Although, I obtained my BA, I was never one for sororities. However, life sure is funny because I now find myself part of a sorority I don’t remember joining yet I am very grateful for the sisterhood.
To You, My Sisters
By Maureen K. Higgins
Many of you I have never even met face to face, but I’ve searched you out every day. I’ve looked for you on the Internet, on playgrounds and in grocery stores. Continue reading
I haven’t been taking the time to smell the roses lately, and life is quickly passing me by.
Soon, my prince will be 8 years, and I don’t want to be left wandering where the years went. I want to be the parent who can account for practically every blessed moment.
I have thoroughly enjoyed blogging, but I have also allowed this little activity to consume much of my time. Although, I am an excellent mutli-tasker, I have let my online activities get the better of me. Continue reading
Disclaimer: My son is homeschooled (son as in I only have one child). I just found this video to be really funny since this is how most people in our society “see” homeschooling families. Thanks to @MrsChico for the heads up!