January 2012 archive




Keeping the pace

Things have really gotten crazy in the last 2 weeks and I have simply not been able to keep up with everything,  including this blog. I know it’s shouldn’t be a huge deal but it really bothers me.  I really don’t like it when I get behind on writing.  It means that I’m not coping …

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Stealing from a special needs family: update 7

Well,  the final numbers are in and producing the receipts for the repairs has yielded a whopping $200 extra.  I gave them $6600 in receipts from the past 12 months and they gave me $200. I guess $200 is $ 200…..right? I’m currently working with Downtown Ford to finance a 2004 Freestar.  We have a …

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I have one thing to say about the DSM V

Admittedly,  I’m not an expert on the changes being made and I don’t own a crystal ball in order to predict how each person and family will be affected.  However,  it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that at least part of the motive behind these changes,  is to curb an epidemic without actually …

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Do you ever feel like a complete failure?

Do you ever feel like a complete failure?  I mean,  everything can’t go right all the time but to have everything go wrong…. This is one of my really honest posts where I’m just sorta spilling my guts.  I say what I need to say,  so that I can hopefully be able to walk away …

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Things My Kids with #Autism say

Today I was downstairs resting on the couch when I heard something I had to ask Lizze if I heard correctly. Emmett was upstairs playing with his brothers.  A few minutes prior he came down the steps to show me a spiderman pillowcase.  About 5 minutes later I heard what I thought I would never …

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Play date for the boys

I’m pretty excited because Lizze is having her friend/sister come over today. She is bringing her daughter along to play with the boys. They always have so much fun playing together. I’m feeling much better today, finally. We are just trying to make the house presentable as best we can. This should be a good …

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