Serendipity and Bumper Stickers

Do you believe in serendipity?

I do…
Yesterday I was turning around in a random driveway, and noticed an autism bumper sticker on the tattered car in the driveway. When I looked up, I saw an anxious little face in the bay window….

I have been wondering since if I was supposed to stop and knock on their door… but what do you say, “Um, I know strangers aren’t suppose to knock on your door…. and I am probably cause a meltdown with your child, but I was turning around in your driveway and…. I think we are supposed to meet….”
I believe this is how the Universe works, but the mother would have called the cops on me ~ LOL!!!
However, I dully noted the house, maybe I should go back. What do you think? Heck, it was probably one of my autism friends on here.
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Alternamom
Mother, Wife, Autism Advocate, Crunchy Mom Wanna Be, Reiki Master, Blogger, Young Living Essential Oil Education Coach and Mentor. I am the mother of two fantastic, expressive, healthy daughters who happen to be on the autism spectrum.
Alternamom

alternamom

Mother, Wife, Autism Advocate, Crunchy Mom Wanna Be, Reiki Master, Blogger, Young Living Essential Oil Education Coach and Mentor. I am the mother of two fantastic, expressive, healthy daughters who happen to be on the autism spectrum.

0 thoughts on “Serendipity and Bumper Stickers

  • December 3, 2011 at 12:06 pm
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    How about writing a letter and mailing it to the family? You can even direct them to your blog entries online. Then you can leave it up to them if they want to meet with you in person. You avoid possible melt-down from knocking on the door. You avoid the awkward silence that is bound to happen when you introduce yourself and why you are there. And you can plan out your first impression. Who knows maybe even if you don’t meet in person, you might end up with a pen pal.

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