Tag Archives: Writing

E is for Endurance: #atozchallenge #autism

I seldom rush to do anything. It is a major flaw of mine. With the exception of eating—I am an embarrassingly fast eater—I take my time. I don’t speed. I wait patiently in line. I read instructions. I’m that person. I think it is my maternal great-grandmother’s fault. She was a mean lady. But, I

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D is for Disability versus Disobedient

One of the most challenging tasks a parent undertakes is determining age appropriate discipline techniques for their children. While parenting is filled with purchasing cute tiny clothing and playing fun educational games with your offspring, the ultimate goal of parenting is to raise children who grow into respectable, self-sufficient citizens. When a disability is thrown

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A is for Autism Awareness

April is National Autism Awareness Month. Just in case you don’t know anything about autism, take a few moments to read this post and learn about a disorder that affects 1 in every 68 children. What is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? According to Autism Speaks, “autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms

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#Scandalholics, You Might Want to Watch that Wine Intake

Tonight ABCs hit show Scandal returns and wine will flow. Thanks to Olivia Pope, played by the beautiful and very preggers Kerry Washington, and Shonda Rhimes, that executive producer/writer born with a golden pen in her hand, Crate and Barrel can’t seem to keep those Camille Wine Glasses in stock. Couch gladiators want to be

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