Menopausal mom to 2 young adult sons (one with ASD, ADHD, tic/seizure disorders and the other with attitude).

Monday, 30 April 2012

To ‘I Wish I Didn’t Have Aspergers': #AutismPositivity2012

The Autism Positivity Day Project: 
"We are asking every blogger in the autism community to write a message of positivity to #IWishIDidntHaveAspergers. So that next time that individual (or another) types that sad statement into Google, he or she will find what they need – support, wisdom, and messages of hope from those who understand."


From Our Adventures with Riley: A pseudo-Haiku poem for you

Life is not easy
Even for those who pretend
They may feel alone

Typical can change
There is good reason for this
No one is the same

Where it all begins
Look in the mirror to see
There is always hope

Together we can
With unconditional love
Make a difference


Written by:  Riley's Mom



6 comments:

  1. It's really true.com That unconditional love is what powers me through every day (and night, ugh) for our boys. So succinct and poetic.

    Amy From The Mom Cave

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    1. Ahhhh yes...the nights. That's when unconditional love is really put to the test now isn't it??? :D

      Thanks, I've never been referred to as "poetic" before.

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  2. You Haiku'ed! It was very touching, loved it. This is one of my faves of the day!

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    1. *singing voice* I Haiku'ed...I Haiku'ed... :D

      Thanks!

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