Showing posts from August, 2009

Letting go

Sometimes I think that the hardest thing in life is letting go.

When you are a child you have a favorite toy/doll/blanket and at some point, your parents force you to let it go. When we’re kids we have no idea why, and truthfully our parents can’t even really reason with us why it’s necessary. But the good thing is, that toy/doll/blanket is just tucked away somewhere. We can still peek at it once in awhile, even hold it up to our nose and inhale that deep sweet smell of sweat and tears and grime and love. Sure we have to put it back again, but the security of knowing it’s there is sometimes good enough. So even though we’ve let it go what we’ve REALLY done, is just learn to live without it.

This is why death is so difficult. You are forced, usually unexpectedly, to let go of someone that is very dear to you. And there’s no looking back. You just….. let go. And it’s over.

I’ve been married for 11 years but once upon a time I dated a boy that I loved with every fiber of my being. We spent …

Cookies and werewolves....

I know that my blogs are supposed to be about autism, but I can't resist linking to Myra's blog today.......... once again, it displays one of my many talents. And by "talent" I mean flat ironing a curly wig and hot glueing it to a werewolf statue. You just have to see it to believe it. Click here to go to Myra's blog. And? Myra is just funny and her blogs will make you laugh. And think.

Also while you are here, Christie's Cookies is giving away $10,000 to a charity! Please click here to vote! Enter "TN Walk Now for Autism" in Nashville, TN as the event! There! I talked about autism! =)