It is a truth I need to accept. I need my reading glasses all the time. I needed a comforter and while shopping I couldn’t read if it was queen or king size, leave alone the tiny prints the manufacturer doesn’t want me to read. The past few years I have started watching Television moreContinue reading “Glasses”
The flowers have both upright petals and cascading petals. At the center of the cascading petal is a small fur that looks like a beard. So comes the name. Even with the beard these flowers are snazzy! For Cee’s FOTD and Ragtag community’s word snazzy
Let me put the spotlight on Sri Lanka, the small island nation which is in an economic crisis. Prayers for them.
A few weeks back a very impressionable young 4 year old came to my house. Wow what a little cutie pie he was. He dumped a box of puzzles on the floor and ordered his older brother to do it. He then moved on to a box of Legos and he achieved his goal ofContinue reading “Cave Canem”
For Cee’s FOTD Hope all the Mothers had a great Mother’s Day. I had a wonderful one with my boys messing around the kitchen and trying to come up with a breakfast, though I didn’t get any gifts 😀 my garden is getting vibrant with Azaleas. Azaleas from my garden are native to Japan.
It has been exactly 3 months since I started writing for Sammi’s weekend prompt. Writing impromptu to the number of words on a Saturday morning is definitely a challenge which I love since it is away from my comfort zone. Thanks to the bloggers who read and comment.😀🙏
Along with behaviors we still deal with sensory issues with my special needs boy. As he grew old and while planning his transition I had made that to be one of my major concern in all his transition forms. When we started preschool our issues were hyperactivity. A swing in his preschool class room calmedContinue reading “Therapies”
Monday was a hot day for us. I heard on news that it is good to be out in the sun since it helps to improve our serotonin level. If that were the case that no one should be depressed in the tropics. I deal with my son’s anxiety and I have learnt about dopamineContinue reading “Picnics”
I have had people ask me how to interact with my son. I have been asked how much he understands. The answer is simple . Please be with him and you will learn on your own. My younger one is eight years younger to my special boy. He started understanding his brother by the timeContinue reading “Understanding and interacting!”
The transition into adulthood funding mainly allocates funds for disabled people to actively participate in the community. A lot of organizations offer voluntary hours for disabled to participate and public places like zoos and museums offer discounted entrance. When my son was young, even without our knowing we started taking him out into the community.Continue reading “Out in the community!”