Can you spot the victory here?

Okay,  so here’s how this works.  I’ll show you a picture and you tell me what the victory is.

This will test your knowledge of Autism and Sensory Processing issues.  It’s also a great way to see just how you know about the Lost and Tired Family. 

Buckle up. Look at the picture and tell me what you see.

This is Emmett’s dinner plate that he put together himself.


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Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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I would have guessed several things the non-round burger, food stacked on others, but I would have also commented about the corn how some of the kernels were white and didn’t match a normal corn stock lol

Jodi p

Broken burger
Food piled on each other.


Jodi p ding ding…. We have a winner. Hamburger isn’t broken, it’s half eaten. 🙂 Yes, it’s the food all touching.  🙂


I see it!  I’m guessing it has to do with the position of things.  🙂


MBee you are pretty close.  Good guess though.