As a person of (imperfect) faith that recognizes his hypocrisy and sinful nature (hope there’s sufficient Grace leftover), I am nonetheless constantly shocked at the lengths to which others of (claimed) faith will go, in support of certain candidates and political policies, in clear contrast of claimed faith principles and practices. Others of (claimed) faith […]Read more "Warning: Rant about Religion, Politics, and America"
Found this blogpost helpful and informative Hope you do ass well.Read more "Ablesplaining and Other Conundrums"
Managing relationships for people with Asperger’s. I found this article helpful. Hope you do as well.Read more "Asperger’s and Relationships: Helpful tips from a fellow blogger"
In a previous post, I reflected on autism and anger that was part catharsis and part effort to feel around in the dark for explanation. Catharsis experienced for a short period, still in the dark fumbling around for an explanation. Until this morning. A link showed up in my Facebook feed to another blog I […]Read more "Autism & Anger II: An Epiphany"
As a child I remeber placing toys, blocks, legos, etc. in rows and columns. Laid out in a manner intelligible to me and precisely in the place accessible during play. I also remember siblings, wanting to participate with me in play, and not knowing that coming into the space where play items had been arranged […]Read more "Being Autistic, Being the Family Dumping Ground"
Within the past week, we have all returned to school — for the first time in nearly seven years. My lovely wife and I to our vocation in education and our children to their elementary school. Our special Aspie is in a new grade and classroom in addition to welcoming his younger sibling to the […]Read more "Autism and Back to School"
Took the kids out of school for an hour, to watch the solar eclipse, today. Special time with them made my day! Thanks, Science. Science Rocks! Fortunately, we did not see this:Read more "Eclipsing 2017 Style"