Wednesday, December 18, 2013

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

For those of you who follow my blog, you know I can ramble on and on sometimes...okay, most of the time. With that said, and to lighten the mood after my previous, rather heavy, post, I give you the following photos. I think they say enough, but I should mention that the first one was written sometime around July or August, 2013!  The card was handmade by my son (with a little help from Grandma), and the letter/thoughts were all his doing without any prompting. Enjoy!

Not sure if he was planning to be good for the last two months before Christmas or just August and September!

I'm guessing he was going to be good November and December...still waiting on the verdict...

Since this will probably be my last post in 2013, and because I know everyone checks back daily, I leave you with the following (scroll to the appropriate wish each day and it will be like a new entry!)

Happy Hanukkah!!!

Merry Christmas!!!

Happy Kwanzaa!!!

Happy New Year!!!

and just in case....Happy Valentine's Day!!!  ---%-@  <---that's supposed to be a rose. :)

Whatever you celebrate, I wish you the best, and, as always, thanks for reading!

Disclaimer...(Yes, its a repeat of the last one...but the blog above is new!) First, let me say that I am not a specialist in Asperger's Syndrome, nor do I play one on TV. What I write or say are strictly my own personal observations and beliefs, so please do not sue me because I said something that made you do something that caused a misdiagnosis, or created a problem, or made you do something stupid. Have accountability, go see a professional, and leave my finances alone...besides, you really wouldn't get much anyway, so its probably not worth your time to call the lawyer on the back of the phone book to see if you have a case. Spend that time more wisely, like figuring out how to subscribe to my blog...and don't ask me about that because I'm not even sure how it works! Seriously, though, if some of the things I say seem like they sound very familiar in your family, set up an appointment with a true professional. While you are waiting for their callback, please, continue reading and leave a note!


  1. A very Merry Christmas (my choice of options you presented) to you and your family! I certainly hope your adding the Valentine's wish isn't indicative of how long you plan to stay away from writing again!!!! That will not make this person a very "happy camper". I'll keep checking for your next posting. Love you if you write or not (rather when - - hint, hint).

  2. You are a wonderful writer, Dad, husband and person! Just from, reading you blog and talking to your Mom and Dad.

    By the way, you are also a GREAT writer even (better than your Dad) and he is darn good. Please don't tell him I said this.

    Your cousin,