I would like to start this post off by sharing some things about my blogging family’s kids (who all have autism):
My J is the best story teller, My Roo I love his laugh, and my Sissy Loo is hilarious and finds the joy in life.
My son, as cliched as this sounds, is the best person I know. I’m pretty sure he’s made me a bit of a better person. There’s no one thing I love the most about him. I just love him. He’s the kindest person I know.
My son is always surprising me with his sense of humor. My daughter is the best toddler dancer.
I share these to make a point. Joy is contagious. Kids can share
joy and give joy just as much. God gives us Joy to share.
David wrote most of the Psalms. In Psalm 16:11 (NIV) he writes:
11 You have made
known to me the path of life;
you will fill me with joy in your presence,
with eternal pleasures
at your right hand,
Rejoice in Jesus. Be joyfilled today!!!!
under the umbrella of pdd-nos which means pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified, there are five different diagnosis, there is autism, Retts syndrome, Fragile X, Pdd-NOS,and asberger syndrome….each is a totally different experience a diagnosis of autism is different then a diagnosis of asberger, so asberger people are different then autism people like they are different from rett people and different from fragile x. so those people whose life experience is asperger should not be speaking on behalf of people with autism, because they are totally different life experience, you do not see autism speaking about rett or fragile because they are separate so shouldn’t same respect be accorded people with autism asperger should only be speaking on asperger.
Jesus loved the little children who came to Him. We as human being should love one another. Autistic people are human. We should be loved!!!!
I am a diehard football fan.
From my local High School team (which I faithfully followed for 7 years both home and away) to my local College team (which just had its best season ever), I love football. God loves me just as much as I love football….. with a passion which knows no bounds and knows no boundaries. God gave me autism to see the world in a different light. I see God’s Grace as a big part of who I am.
“Life is always and forever going to be a work in progress and as for me, yep, i’m STILL on the clock… until GOD tells me otherwise.”