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Poetry Day: Blankie

(Written about my son’s blankie.  It was a special gift for when he was born and it survived so much.  Now, it’s been retired to a box at his mom’s where it will stay safe.  I’m sure blankie will be … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Bedroom Shadows

(As a kid, I always though the shadows in my room were other things.  This probably lasted until I was around 13.  Mostly because I eventually hit a point where it was just fun to let my mind wander and … Continue reading

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Sins of the Parent Placed on the Child

Well, that’s not fair.  I mean, a parent screws up, so a child has to be punished?  It doesn’t make a lot of sense by most modern standards.  Though, I’m sure it probably happens in some places.  Odd how the … Continue reading

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Some Parenting Funnies

With my son’s birthday coming up, I figured it would be a good time to regale people with some funny parenting pictures.  Also . . . I couldn’t find enough that covered ’12 year old’ and made me laugh.  All … Continue reading

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Goal Post: First Week of Summer in the Books

You know I’ve had a week if I’m writing this post on Saturday instead of the night before.  I could have done that, but I was tired when I got home yesterday.  Soooo tired.  Summer was supposed to be relaxing … Continue reading

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Happy Fathers Day!

 

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A Collection of Autistic Parenting Memes

Simple post this time. I found some funny and supportive memes about autism, especially the parenting side of the equation.  Figure this year has been tough on people who are on the spectrum and those who help them.  God knows … Continue reading

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Music of Legends of Windemere: Family of the Tri-Rune

Welcome back to the musical fun!  Things are getting more difficult because I’m terrible at remembering songs and keep changing favorite artists.  A title or single line might make me think of a book, which isn’t good enough for this … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Parenting an Autistic Child

I’ve been dancing around writing something about this for a long time.  I’ve mentioned that my son is on the spectrum.  Earlier this year, we had the official test . . . or was it late 2019?  Either way, he … Continue reading

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Growing Old and Growing Up

Playing as a child Toiling as an adult One looks at the other With a hint of jealousy * The child wants to grow While the adult wants to play Youth admires the freedom of old Old wishes for the … Continue reading

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