Monthly Archives: September, 2011

It’s A Gakky Kind Of Day

  Mixing it up  What it looks like at the beginning stages of kneading     ”Remember life before “Gak”?  Ask any parent of a child with sensory integration dysfunction and they’ll probably say, “No”!  More telling, they’ll probably add, “is life worth living without Gak? “why would anyone do that?”  …

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On Any Given Saturday…….

I’ve always wondered why I haven’t joined the throngs of “soccer moms”.  This morning I discovered why.  Apparently the words “soccer” and “sleeping” mix like oil and water. Especially on Saturday mornings.  For the rest of the YEAR.  All the Aspie’s games from here on out are on Saturday mornings at 9am.  And it appears that when we registered our …

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Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star

Tonight I think of all the moms who out there in the night sky, barely visible to the naked eye and twinkling just every so often, to the point where you’re not really sure if you saw them sparkle at all.  The bigger, brighter stars are the ones people see and the smaller, dimmer stars look insignificant.  …

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