With a child on the spectrum its tough to juggle all the therapies and things to do so this is a quick over view of the todo list I have decided on. It isn’t perfect but its the best I have found. The good Clean interface Ability to handle complex “Projects” Able to create complicated repeating events Areas divides areas of your life and works well with tags when things over lap Integrated with calendar so you see it all in one place Iphone and ipad are distinctive apps not just a replay Apple Watch integration is the best I … Continue reading Things 3 -The todo list to rule them all
We were in denial but my mom knew that something was different about our oldest son. Thankfully my mom called in a professional which convinced us to start our journey by getting him evaluated. We knew something was different about … Continue reading D-day or Diagnosis Day
This yard is completely infested with foxtails I dread walking past it every time due to a scarring memory. Our first puppy got a foxtail in his paw and we didn’t know. That is until his paw got infected and we had to take him to the vet. I single foxtail gets in their paw and works it’s way up there leg, I have heard horror stories of them getting in a vein and even causing death if untreated. The biggest challenges I have faced both with my son and in life have always started out the same way, small. … Continue reading Don’t forget your foxtails
It’s always darkest before the dawn, maybe your driving through a long tunnel in your life wondering when you will see light again. I know there has been times in my life that I have let things get me down and it has stuck for a while. I had exited the tunnel but hadn’t been able to notice. The more I did that the longer it seemed to stick until it feels like all of life is one big tunnel until you see the light. This ends up robbing you of all your relationships with friends, family and even your … Continue reading A light at the end of the tunnel
Hezzy was anxious on this walk there was a lot of people it was bright and really noisy he put his “scarf” on his head to hide him a bit and wanted my arm over his head while we walked. He lit up and said “I want bridge” it was the first time he showed any interest in anything. I think a lot of us hide who we are for fear that people won’t like us and then we question how genuine those relationships are. I don’t feel it wise or beneficial to just spew every hurtful or negative thing … Continue reading Can you see me?