You know, this post might sound complainy. But it’s not. I dig when things go wrong because they make life and subsequently this blog entirely more enjoyable. We went on a cruise to the Bahamas. I’ll get to that. Or not. We’ll see. The last night of our cruise I got seasick for the first… Continue reading Angry Russian and the Puke Stream, JetBlue Style.
This is Peyton. ALL OF THE TIME. He’s always doing something like this. Always. The saddest part about this video is this is the remake of the one I thought I was filming when he wasn’t looking. You know, the one where I thought it was recording but it wasn’t? Sad. It’s still pretty good… Continue reading Mostly…because you need to see this
I had to write this down. I don’t want to forget it. I said I don’t like being called a hero. I still don’t. I’m not good at taking compliments, mostly because I’m very hard on myself. Last night I had a breakdown of sorts. It had been building for a week or so. I… Continue reading It’s because I don’t want to forget this.
We all went to the pool on Saturday. I love going to the pool with the kids. They use Lance and me as jungle gyms. It helps me to confront my hatred of being touched. You know, because I’m ALL about confronting things I hate. Casey is the least amount autistic at the pool. Sure,… Continue reading The Elephant in the Pool.
Click on image to go directly to the site. I love books. I immediately judge anyone who says they don’t like books or don’t have time to read. That’s like saying that you don’t have time for joy or food. Lame.
I love sharks. I love them so much. I love Shark Week on Discovery. Again, with my whole heart. I also love crafts. Could you imagine a place where they celebrated Shark Week with crafts? I know of such a magical place: http://www.oursharkweek.com So, for you Shark Week enthusiasts, go. Go now. There are even… Continue reading IT’S SHARK WEEK!
A few weeks back I accepted a friend request from Fred Wesley Capel. His photos showed himself with a child with Down syndrome. We had 30 mutual friends. I figured that he was “safe.” Then I got a message that said (with all of this, I copied and pasted directly, leaving all spelling and grammatical… Continue reading Warning: Foundation for Children with Down Syndrome