Week 4

This sort of feels like a diary but I must confess, it’s a good feeling. Tonight was week four of golf and once again it was fun. It was fun watching my son get the chance to socialize with new friends. From a father’s perspective, it’s also nice to seem him get some exercise.

In honor of the 22nd anniversary of my dad’s passing, which is tomorrow, Happy Fathers Day Dad! I know he would be proud of both his grandson and me.

Sincerely-

  

Autism Librarian

Life, Animated

For the life of me, I can’t remember if I read this book (but I think I did). Anyway, now it’s a movie and I can’t wait to see it. I only know this because of an article I stumbled upon over at Disability Scoop entitled “Autism Documentary Headed To Theaters” by Shaun Heasley.

So check it out if you get the chance. It should be good (I think). Meanwhile, I might have to go back and check the book out again.

Sincerely-

  

Autism Librarian

Autism neurodiversity

I found this website today with the title The Mighty, which has the tag line of We face disability, disease and mental illness together. Among the articles I read today was one entitled “Comic Redesigns the Autism Spectrum to Crush Stereotypes” by the Mighty Staff.

The one phrase that stuck out to me (which is towards the bottom of the article) was neurodiverse. I mean, after all, aren’t we all neurodiverse?

Sincerely-

  

Autism Librarian

Week 2

Okay, I wasn’t planning to blog about my son’s golf lessons over at TASK Sports again but, he had fun. While I don’t have much to do except observe and enjoy, I must say it’s been money well spent.

In fact, I haven’t played since my dad died (he actually died while playing golf but, I know he was with friends). I think if my son continues with this, I might just play again. Dad would have loved to play with us. Miss you and love you dad.

Sincerely-

  

Autism Librarian