KICKASS WITCH : Putting The "K" In Magick
Do you ever feel like there's a gigantic gap between the way you're living now and the life of your dreams? Do you sometimes wish you could wave a magick wand and all of your problems would just disappear so that you could finally step into the kickass life you know you were meant to lead? I can't promise you that transformation is as easy as waving a magick wand, but I do have quite a few tricks up my sleeve and am more than happy to share them with you here. So, chin up, Gorgeous, stick around and, most importantly... BELIEVE!

Friday, April 4, 2014

Autism Awareness Awesome TAG (video)

As you may know, my son, Tanner, has autism. This sometimes makes people feel sorry for us or afraid, but what I'd like those people to know is that there are many gifts in a life like ours. 

Autism is not a death sentence. Sure- it has it's challenges, challenges so deep that they have the power to bring you to the edge of your limits and then show you what you're really made of, but...

It also has it's gifts, and that is what I would like to share here with you today.

Autism has given my son a different outlook in life. 

He seems to be more tuned in & appreciative of the simple but extraordinary things... weather, insects, music, spheres.

He is also completely free of the need to be cool. And really- who wants to be cool when you can be HAPPY?



#AutismAwesomeness

In Case You Missed It : 8 Kickass Tips For Living With & Loving Someone With Autism

4 comments:

  1. We all have challenges; some are just more visible than others. Sounds like you have an awesome son! :)

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  2. Thanks for the heartfelt tips Joanna. My son who is nearly 4 has recently been diagnosed as being on the Autistic Spectrum and the uncertainty of how things will turn out is the hardest for me. I love to read your positive take on all the subjects you write about and i hope to follow you for a long time to come :)

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    1. THANK YOU so much, Kirsty! I really appreciate that. And- the great news about your son still being 3 is that early intervention is key & there are so many things you can do now to help him out using food. HUGE blessings & all my best vibes to you both! -xo

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