So do we 😬😅. Current travel restrictions have made venturing out almost impossible. As with finding out the munchkin is autistic, I feel like these current social restrictions are just the Universe way of saying,”Be more creative”. 💫 Nothing facilitates ‘social distancing’ or creativity better than a walk in nature. 🌳 Of course one can […]Read More Wanna get away?
The Munchkin: “Can we go get a haircut, and then go to the movies?” Me: “No.” The Munchkin: “Because they’re not open.” Me: “Yes.” Some of the things the munchkin learned to enjoy despite occasional sensory overload include: hiking, going to the movie theater/basketball games/live music events, swimming, and now apparently keeping his hair a […]Read More What’s Missing?
I understand with the coronavirus going around some of you may take this to mean (for the munchkin and I) that: a.) one or both of us is physically ill 🤒 or b.) one or both of us is ‘contagious’.🤧🤮 The truth is I take #sickdays for a number of reasons including but not limited […]Read More #SickDay 😷
… 🚶🏾♂️🚶🏾♀️ During our stay in Arizona, the place that stood out the most for the munchkin and I, was the Petrified Forest National Park (aka the Crystal Forest). 💎 🌳 Me (at the park entrance): I see your sign says persons with disabilities get in free. Does this include individuals with mental impairments? Park […]Read More Junior Wilderness Explorers 🎈
“I want to go on a field trip” says the munchkin. “A field trip?! Where?” I ask. “the Grand Canyon” the munchkin tells me while shoving his iPad into my hands and showing me photos he had found on a google search. “ Oh no, not another one of your hair-brained adventures” my dad says […]Read More ….our Hair-Brained Adventure 🌵
Me: Outdoor adventure with the munchkin or “spiritual enlightenment”? 🤔 State of Arizona: BOTH. 💫 To be continued… Sedona, ArizonaRead More the Next. Right. Step.
“The best things in life are free.” Growing up this quote was often thrown around being used in everything from books to songs (the Mo’ Money soundtrack anyone???). I understood this quote in theory, but it wasn’t until after I found myself as a single parent of a child with autism that I was able […]Read More SRSLY!?! 🤨