Monthly Archives: November 2013

It’s Time To Talk Turkey

There were the smells of wonderfully rich things cooking –the pervasive scent of the sizzling turkey, the touch of the linen napkins at the table, and the cool smoothness of the “twice a year China” and heavy silver settings.  Sounds … Continue reading

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Ladies Only Luncheon

I can’t believe it’s November already and we’re heading into our 11th Ladies Only Luncheon. It seems like it was only yesterday when a parent, Amy Borden, came to me with a project that she had chaired at her daughter’s … Continue reading

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How Do You Experience Gratitude?

Gratitude. Enter the word into your internet browser and you’ll find countless links to information on the meaning, experience, and practice of gratitude.  I admit, I’ve written many times on the practice of gratitude. The concept comes naturally this time … Continue reading

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Autism Research: 2 Studies You May Have Missed

Research reveals how new eye-tracking technology for infants and medication for teenagers makes a difference in the diagnosis and treatment of autism A new study, published Wednesday in the journal Nature, asked the question “Does how long an infant spend … Continue reading

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“Fall Back”: How to Embrace Daylight Savings Time

As we were driving to the gym this morning, Ryan commented about how bright it was outside. I reminded him that we turned back the clocks Saturday night, which meant we had light earlier in the morning. (Unfortunately, night would … Continue reading

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The 1 Action You Must Take!

Voting is the one action essential to your future and the future of your child and all children, especially those children and adults with disabilities. Ryan and I were at the polls this morning ready to cast our vote. We … Continue reading

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