Tag Archives: Asperger’s Syndrome

Dear Church

Dear Church, and I mean Church with a capital ‘C’, meaning the world wide community of believers, not an individual building or single congregation.  Dear Church, we are failing a large number of families.  We cling to an incorrect philosophy, … Continue reading

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Beautiful Cupcakes

My son, Marvin, who is in high school now, is very proud of his autism.  So proud that he gets very angry, very quickly if anyone suggests looking for a cure or calls it a disability.  He insists that it’s … Continue reading

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I’m Tired

I haven’t posted for a long time. Not because I haven’t been thinking about it, or don’t have any ideas or stories to tell. But because I’ve been feeling really overwhelmed and burdened down. Even though this school year is … Continue reading

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Our Parenting To-Do List

A couple of days ago I was visiting with a friend. She has a little boy, not quite 4, who has special needs. She was telling me that she wanted to make sure he had some sort of hobby or … Continue reading

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My Stubborn Child

Marvin is very stubborn. I don’t mean he’s ‘strong-willed’, or that he’s got an ‘assertive personality’. I mean knockdown, drag out, no holds barred, in your face, like a mule on a bad day, STUBBORN! And has been since the … Continue reading

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The Wedding!

Greg’s brother, who wishes to be called Jack, got married to a wonderful girl who wishes to be called Amelia on Dec 28th, so this year’s Christmastime for our family was going to be very, very different than usual. Marvin … Continue reading

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Wesley’s Broken Arm

I thought I would share with you my favorite story about Wesley, which is also the reason that I’m calling him Wesley in this blog. When he was 7, and Marvin was 10, they were playing together in the basement. … Continue reading

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