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November 24, 2012 (Saturday)

Saturday, November 24, 2012

This is an early blog for me, because I probably won't be around later this evening before the cut off for today's blogs. I am watching my nephew, Scott, tonight while my sister and her husband go out. Scott is 47 and autistic. I never know how my evenings with Scott will go because he totally has a mind of his own. I have to go with his 'flow.' He may be asleep when I arrive, and he may sleep straight through until in the morning, OR, he may be awake, and stay awake until in the morning. I really hope that he is awake and that he will go to sleep after we've visited for a couple of hours. Wish me luck!

Have a wonderful rest of the weekend!


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123ELAINE456 11/25/2012 7:05AM

  Hope you have a nice quiet evening with Scott and everything goes okay for the both of you. God Bless You and Have a Wonderful Week. Have a Lovely Day. Take Care. How is our Team Leader who is in the hospital on life support? Please keep us updated on Her Condition. She is in my Thought and Prayers. You are Doing a Great Job with the Team. We appreciate what all the Leaders do for the Team. Thank You very Much. bless You.

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MORTICIAADDAMS 11/24/2012 8:01PM

    Sounds very challenging. I hope it works out for you and Scott.

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WILLOW49 11/24/2012 5:35PM

    Hope all went well with your watching of Scott.

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SLIMMERKIWI 11/24/2012 3:58PM

    I hope that your 'babysitting' is restful and that he gets some good sleep in.

Kris xx

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ECONLADY 11/24/2012 2:36PM

    You just proved my hunch, you're an angel!

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