Dear Sir or Madam,
Dear Sir, When you say things like “better you than me” your right. Congratulations.
Dear Madam, Before you whisper to your husband that I cannot handle my children and shouldn’t have had another one, please check your hearing aid. Everyone in isle three heard you.
Dear Sir, I did not share with you my sons autism because I wanted pity. I told you because your child is trying to talk to him and being ignored. Your child is getting upset at this. Perhaps if you concentrated on your child and not what mine was doing we could fix this.
Dear Madam, My son being autistic does not magically make him a genius any more than asking stupid questions makes you a game show host.
Dear Madam, Please let me decide if we can handle it. What I can handle is none of your business and your opinion does not matter
Dear Sir, When I ask my son to look towards you when speaking , do not tell him it’s fine. He has been working very hard to be more social and he needs these skills.
Dear Madam, If you are uncomfortable with my child playing with yours then by all means leave the play ground. My child is autistic, not dying or diseased. Your child will not catch what he has.
Dear Madam, Behavior chart means just that BEHAVIOR. That does not mean turning in your ridiculous paper. While I can truly appreciate your wanting to teach independence to your second grade class,my son does have autism. He still struggles with hanging up his coat, eating with utensils and remembering which stop to get off the bus. Lets work on those first.OK?
Dear Sir, I am as offended by the overpowering smell of your cologne and your back hair peeking of your shirt as you are with my son hopping up and down saying the funny thing he smells burns his nose. That would be your cologne creating this . Thanks again.