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weekly update


Saturday, March 09, 2013

woman can run- I LOVE IT, ive already made several friends, and i was requainted with a lady i use to get to workout with and met her sister
card appt.-my heart is GREAT, my cholesteral WAS up but only slightly he thinks its stress (go figure),
JOB- well u can tell they r slowly trying to ween me out, i got my scedule and i onlyhad 3 days, but the good news is ive ALREADY had 3 interviews on my days off so something will vcome up
TODAY is my babys 18th birthday, weve done well for 18 years, lol the school went ahead and graduated him, im thinking of writina a blog on the ups and downs of raising a child with asbergers, i surviuved and I got a heart condition, so if i can do it, may be i can help others
kristina is growing like a weed (grandaughter), last nite she screamed for an hour, hubby took pitty on me and took her so i cold get some sleep, but once she was out she was OUT
im really enjoying being back at the gym I WISH I cou;ld rejoin, but with finances like they are not sure we can swing it
well thats about it, i hopwe everyone in arkansas can enjoy the weather IM STUCK in the restrant lol..toodles
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ANGELA76H 3/9/2013 11:49AM

    I'm glad your appt went well and with good news! Also congrats on your son's graduation. Your granddaughter is adorable!

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NANCYPAT1 3/9/2013 8:04AM

    Lovely blog - I can tell you that raising a child with Asperger's is an ever MORE interesting experience. The first 35 years of his life, we did not KNOW or have a diagnosis for my son. Oh, we had diagnoses - LOTS of them, what I call now the ALPHABET diagnosis (ODD, OCD, LD, ADHD, PTSD, and the initials go on for miles). He is 45 and the changes and growth in his life since his 30s has been phenomenal. You are to be celebrated and commended for your hard work and the success you and your son have achieved. I teach students with special needs - especially on the Autism spectrum - I KNOW from my personal experience and also from a professional standpoint how CHALLENGING this can be. You are a true hero in MY book.

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