I'm lucky #100. Yay for you!!! I read several of your posts---pretty hilarious! I'll definitely be coming back. I'd love it if you followed my blog. I just started and am seriously lacking in followers, but yesterday morning I had zero, so this group is bringin' me up in the world. :-)
Ah yes, writers are that way....we like affirmation and feedback. Have you ever read On Writing Well or Writing With Power? Its all in there. :) I too love comments. I hope to connect though our blogs. My nephew as autism, very severe. I taught middle school for 7 years and had a handful of children with autism and asbergers. I know a small window of your life, but of course, only you fully know as it is your daily life.
Hi Sarah, as a mother of a child who doesn't have awesome I am inclined to agree with all the other mothers of children who don't have autism and give you a halo of knowledge you probably have earned along the bumpy ride. I am not sure I would buy into the designated driver bit though! Have fun! I would appreciate your feedback at kerrycharacters.wordpress.com
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