10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1….Happy New Year! And with the change of the calendar , so comes the automatic lists of New Year’s Resolutions.
It seems everyone makes them. The young, the old, those who want to fine tune their lives and those who want to almost completely revamp everything. The funny thing is that for most, those resolutions are forgotten or broken by mid-to- late January. Continue reading
As a young girl I wrote to you with requests for toys, games and of course, surprises! I also want you to know I NEVER forgot to leave cookies for you and carrots for Rudolph. Those times, even though they had their struggles (I did have brothers after all), were full of the hope and joy for the future. Time has passed, hasn’t it Santa? Continue reading
“Yes, Elizabeth you can go with your brother to trick or treat.” A simple sentence said. Many people would not think twice about it except to make sure that they had the proper costume for their child to wear but really that is about it.
But for me, it sort of makes my heart ache. Let me explain. The above sentence was said to my beautiful daughter Elizabeth. Who has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), and global dyspraxia AND who is 18 years old. She absolutely loves to trick or treat, not to eat the eventual spoils of her work but to simple go. Continue reading