At 42 Degrees

At 42 Degrees

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Physic Lesson,...


This past week Isaac learned a physic lesson,...not everything is what it seems,...thus you can't get a drink through a plexi-glass window.


Not that Isaac cared,...he was too busy playing with the other children,...and how accepting children are,...it doesn't matter if  you can't speak,...a friendly smile, a giggle,...and a chase-me-grin go a long way. 

What is even nicer is the children were calling Isaac,...Isaac,...without having to ask him his name,...'cause of course,...it's stenciled upon his shirt,...if fact,...ISAAC is stenciled upon just about every single shirt he owns,...just a few strays awaiting fabric paint. 


Here is a gander of the latest batch,...we're liking the non-traditional fonts the best,...and contrasting colors are vital for the monogram to pop!


This task done,...more work to go as I continue to research therapy,...TEACCH is looking interesting,...Isaac is a visual learner,....I've hours of reading ahead of me,...lots of googling,...and tons of questions for Isaac's doctors and therapists. 

Whatever it takes,...I told Isaac's doctor this afternoon,...if she thinks scuba diving will help Isaac,...I'll go buy some flippers,...

The physics and physicality of autism is more mysterious than a plexi-glass wall,...some realities are that concrete,...you can or you can't,....but at least here at the starting point,...everything seems possible,...and the only failure is not to try....

Until I post again,...may God bless and keep you!

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