I’m Going Scuba Diving, Lord Help Me

I wanted to give you all a heads up that I will be on vacation the next week and will not be doing any blog posts. Don’t worry – you can still read my funny shit over on my FB page (are you following me there? You should…here’s the link again just in case). It’ll be ok, […]

Why We Chose Montessori

I am the mother of a moment maker. I use to grumble at this title. I was constantly giving up moments to his teachers for various issues he had during the day. I never thought that I would one day accept my moment maker for what he is – perfect. Through the years, my moment […]

Who Are We To Judge Jerry Seinfeld?

Every now and then I get up on a soap box, this is going to be one of those moments. Last week Jerry Seinfeld disclosed to NBC News Brian Williams, “I think–and on a very drawn out scale–I think I’m on the spectrum. You’re never paying attention to the right things. Basic social engagement is really […]

30 Thoughts on Autism

My son was diagnosed in April of 2014 with Autism. We already knew but now he is official, it’s like he got the Good Housekeeping Seal of Autism Approval. Yay us. Since coming out with our exciting diagnosis people have offered condolences (he’s not dying, but thanks), some have asked who diagnosed him (a random […]

Notre Dame Football Players are Golden

So often we hear about fallen athletes. Football stars that fail to exhibit even the most basic skills of humanity. Individuals that consistently put themselves before anyone else. Role models, that were once held up on a pillar, fall in a fiery spectacle of disgrace. What we should be be hearing about are those athletes that put […]

Heathens Heard on High

Growing up our family went to mass every single Sunday. We never missed, you had to be dying to get out of mass – and even then it was assumed you could still make it. We were what would be considered regulars. During the Christmas holiday’s the church would swell from a few hundred to […]

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