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Monday, 10/8/12

Monday, October 08, 2012

Another good day at co-op and I made it through even though the day began with me still tired from my fun weekend away. I took an hour nap once home and that is getting me through the evening.

Tomorrow morning we have someone coming for Isaac's assessment for the Katie Beckett application. He should be a "mess" as he's always very tired from co-op day and the tiredness really brings out his autistic behaviors. A "mess" is what we need for this individual to see. This is the last chance we have for financial assistance to cover therapies for him.

In the afternoon we are heading to Amy's to clean bathrooms and floors. That two weeks went by quickly! Going to use it for my fitness minutes tomorrow as I'm not going to the gym. Body (legs especially) is just too tired.

Nothing else on the schedule except making pizza for supper. Pretty exciting day for a 30th wedding anniversary! LOL
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    Good luck for the one, Congrats for the other!! Continued prayers cover all... emoticon
    2052 days ago
    30 years! Wow! So excited for you to be celebrating such a wonderful number. Many blessings to your next 30 years.

    Keeping the accessment in my prayers;)
    2052 days ago
    Yes it never fails that when you need your child assessed (for any reason), the problems don't show up when it happens. That happened with getting Matthew diagnosed with asthma 5 years ago (so glad he's outgrown it). Hope that everything goes well today!
    2052 days ago
  • CARRIE1948
    2052 days ago
    I am praying that it all goes well - Happy Anniversary!
    2052 days ago
    Praying you get what you need ... and that you reap blessings from giving of your time and energy! Hugs!
    2052 days ago
    I can understand your wanting him to be a mess for the person coming. I am praying.
    2053 days ago
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