Sunday, August 31, 2008

Somewhere


Somewhere, there is a mom who has a child with Autism.

This mom could be your cousin or niece, a neighbor, lady at church or in front of you at the grocery store. You might run in to her at a soccer game or at a new mom's play group in the neighborhood...

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13 comments:

Lilly's Life said...

Wonderful, caring and thoughtful post.

Linda Jacobs said...

Beautifully said! We should all be more sensitive to the needs and tibulations of others!

Margaret Cloud said...

I have read many articles and seen many TV specials on Autism, the hardships of many are heart breaking, thank you for sharing.

gautami tripathy said...

Heartfelt and heartbreaking...

trying to find a meaning

Carol said...

Thank you for the tenderness of this post.

This child would be my 3 year-old nephew.

Jennifer said...

Great post. I had to reach out to my sister and help her along her journey which is really just starting with my three (almost4) year old nephew. Thanks for your words they touched my heart.

susan said...

I need to visit your blog more often. Each time I read you, I'm encouraged and hopeful. Thanks.

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Cool take on the prompt. And fantastic advice, too. Sometimes, it seems like such a difficult, delicate subject to broach...

Jennifer Hicks said...

we are blessed when we empathize with all that is.
you are a special soul.

Paul said...

Thanks for this beautiful post. All too often we are told how handicapped children are a burden etc. This puts handicaps - all of them - in a different perspective. A real encouragement.

mgirl said...

The more information we have the less judgemental people will be, what a great way you are spreading the word on a subject not many of us understand. Thank you.

Elizabeth Channel said...

Poignant post. Let's stumble it.

autismfamily said...

Nice uplifting post. More often I am making an autism connection than I did when first diagnosis ten plus years ago.

It is nice to have mentors along the way to help guide the newbies.