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Cimin by | Apr 18, 2014 | artistic ability, Asperger's Syndrome, auditory processing, autism, blogging, bronchial infection, endless winter, flu shots, Good Friday, Jewish holidays, Passover, savants, seder, shopping, Temple Grandin

     Last week I waited for an inspiring subject for my blog, and—after running out of patience—decided in a eureka moment that waiting was a worthy subject.  This week I got inundated with ideas and possibilities.  There was Passover, which Henry and I did not...

Waiting for Everything

by | Apr 11, 2014 | baby boomers, cliches, Damocles, doctors' offices, heart defects, lovers, medical tests, Nepal, on-line dating, passive aggression, patience, Taoism, Tibet, traffic, waiting, waiting rooms, wu wei

     From the moment we’re born, doesn’t it seem like we spend an eternity waiting?   First, we’re crying for a diaper change or breast milk, and waiting for the good enough Mommy.  Then, gradually, we acquire language and with it the responsibility of learning...

April and Autism

     Did you know that April is National Autism Awareness month? If you’re the parent or relative of a child “on the spectrum,” the answer is probably a resounding yes. Ditto for educators, doctors, therapists and researchers who are directly involved with autism....

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