Missing

To be honest, I’m not sure if the following story is humorous, stressful, worrisome or ultimately trivial in nature. The reality is that it’s probably a combination of all four. However, it is one that should be told; if nothing else to convey what it’s like raising a child with autism or perhaps provide a…

I’m Thankful

I am thankful for Mommy, Daddy, the puppy, Stan, Grandma, Grandpa and Martin. This week while I’m off school I am going to play in the house in the playroom where Mommy can see me. I can play upstairs. When I go to Grandma & Grandpa’s I can draw and make flip books.

A lesson in yoga

“You’ll have to excuse my friend. He’s a little slow…” – Lloyd Christmas from the movie “Dumb and Dumber” Sometimes it takes 25 years to learn something that should have been obvious from the proverbial git-go. Maybe there’s a cumulative effect of listening and watching others; maybe it’s out of necessity. Or perhaps it was…

Boho Beautiful yoga
Matt watching a baseball game

How to handle bullying?

In the last few years, there has been an enormous amount of attention put on bullying. Growing up, I remember it (bullying) being mostly physical and threatening: a bigger kid pushing you in the lockers, someone stealing your lunch money, having books tossed out of your hands or some sort of other public humiliation. Back…

Felt Art by Matt

As mentioned before, Matt has recently developed an interest in writing and drawing comics. Sometimes he mimics something he may have seen in a YouTube video or read at school, but the other times he writes and draws about the adventures of his own creation: Rec-man and his arch-nemesis Ad-man. Last week, however, he took…