Monthly Archives: May 2017

“Mom, is that true?”

My son shared an article on Facebook about vaccines causing autism and asked me, “Mom, is that true?” My son finds the written word to be the easiest form of communication, because a language processing disorder makes auditory conversation difficult. My son easily makes his thoughts and wishes known through the computer keyboard and phone texting.   My son has autism.   We often banter back and forth via social media and what begins on a forum typically continues in […]


Make Hey! — while the sun shines. Even a little.

If this year is any indication, the next half century of my life is going to be VERY busy. The first half was, too — but nuthin’ like this. It’s good. I’m a big fan of making hay while the sun shines and this year, has been a whole lotta “Hey!” even on slightly cloudy days.   Having always been a storyteller, the writing and babbling out loud of my own stories has been fun — and this year I’m […]