The Hardest Thing

I just read a blog post where the author was asked to list the hardest thing about autism, and she said, people.  For me, the hardest thing changes as time and life change.  A long time ago, it was other people not being kind, instead very very judgmental. Later it was hitting and pinching.  Later […] Read more…

To Siri With Love

A month or so ago, I opened my email in-box and saw an email from Harper Collins. The Harper Collins. It offered me the opportunity to read an advanced copy of an upcoming book from Judith Newman, “To Siri With Love”. As a huge reader myself, I jumped at this opportunity and quickly agreed to […] Read more…

Our Son’s Moving Day. The Middle Stage of a Group Home Search

I’ve started this post over and over on “paper” (or, computer) and a million times in my head. All times of the day and night I have thought of how I might start this. Each time, coming up with a totally different idea and direction, the problem being I liked almost all of them and […] Read more…

I Don’t Use Christmas Lists

I am a gift giver. It’s one of my two big love languages, the other being words of affirmation. And, I do not like Christmas Lists.  For me, a gift is more than just a material possession or something you give. A good gift conveys that the person receiving the gift was so important to […] Read more…

Classical Music on an Antique Piano

The Dance of the Conductor

I have been in a streak of writing about autism and product reviews, that I have neglected the ‘Soprano’ part of my blog name. It is a such very large part of who I am, that it is a shame I don’t write about it more. As I was digging through some stuff on my […] Read more…

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