It’s like living in an Adam Sandler movie.
It felt like Autism took away so much more than my son’s ability to do certain things. It felt like it would take away my peace, calm, and security as well.
In my day, we didn’t have internet. We had prank phone calls and they were awesome.
Here’s the twist. I don’t wonder that.
The thing is, I get it. I get why he wants to run around in the middle of the night…
The negatives that are always so bright in our faces can usually overpower the positives that they create.
These seemingly “ruined” photos used to cause me grief. Now, I see them for what they truly are…
I thought about what it would be like to go back and tell myself in 2011 all that was about to happen.
I tried not to view this proud moment as an opportunity for a future let down due to misplaced expectations.
You don’t need to spend money to make them happen. You don’t even have to leave your house.