June 27, 2016 This morning I woke up with a feeling of the day’s significance. It is significant and my actions are significant. And it is not because anything extraordinary is going to happen. Just there is value in today and the things I do in my daily routines. I like that. It affected the…read more.
I am sitting at the computer. I was going to make a quick change on a Facebook post in hopes of reaching more people so we can receive the help we need. And in the background I am listening to one of the Asperger’s outbursts. My husband is doing an excellent job at remaining calm.…read more.
One of the fun things about homeschooling is I get to tailor my children’s music education to them. My kids have very strong singing voices. They have heard us sing and some of our favorites are songs that let us sing with intensity and volume. (ex. Time to Say Goodbye by Andrea Bocelli and Hold…read more.
My goal with these posts is to share something that helps someone in the trenches of parenting. Sometimes, I wish that I were an expert, who could give that profound thought, that would be the “ah-ha moment” that will change someone’s parenting forever, in positive ways. But after I had committed to do this blog,…read more.
When I was 21 I went on a 18 month mission for my church. I lived in the middle of Russia, in the Ural Mountain Region and then the Western edge of Siberia. While I was in my training period just prior to going to Russia I made a decision. I decided that I would…read more.