Appealing to the masses

My blog is very personal. I write about my family and the impact of autism on us.  Most of the time I try not to think about the readers or whether or not the information I’ve provided is appropriate for anyone in particular but hope my candor is appealing.  However, because autism doesn’t look the […]

Actions Speak Louder than Words

This is not a newsflash. You need to own it, your own bad behavior or at least my own bad behavior. There is really no good excuse for being short tempered with your kids. They don’t deserve it and no amount of telling them you are sorry or that you are stressed will work. Kids, […]

There’s a light, over at the Frankenstein Place

The good news is that it only takes one good thing to lift my spirits. On Thursday when I got home I saw in Bryan’s backpack his scores for his Florida Alternative Assessments. Bryan does not take FCATs which are Florida’s standardized tests. There is no point in him taking them. He is extremely bright […]