The ugly duckling grew up believing – falsely – that he was an ugly or defective duck. Eventually the “duckling” learned he wasn’t a duck at all. In the end, the duckling was a perfectly “normal” “average” swan and this knowledge set him free. Continue reading Autism Tales & Stories – The Ugly Duckling
A friend once said to me that she remembered that I “wasn’t good at anything” when we were kids. This week I talk about what’s changed over the years. Continue reading Zero to My Own Hero – The Evolution of Me
Paying close attention to my body has helped me to learn what’s best for me. Most mornings I have one “real cup of coffee” – a small mug with caffeinated coffee. If I want coffee after 11 am, I go for “the fake stuff” – decaffeinated.
Coffee is still my friend we just realized we were spending a little too much time together. Continue reading My Friend Coffee
Twenty perfect piano notes dance, tickle the car speakers as Mad World by Gary Jules takes over the car.
Once again Kat’s mind had floated away. Gone someplace else, lost in a music video created by her mind. “Teacher tell me what’s my lesson? Looked right through me. . . . looked right through me.” Continue reading NeuroRebel – Float Away Mind – Fiction Based on Reality
When you write your tale put something worthwhile into your publication. Goodness knows there’s enough garbage in the world these days. Continue reading The Stories We Tell – The Legacies We Leave Behind