What do you tell your children when they ask you what happens when a person dies? Probably not the same thing I told mine.Read more
This is our cat, OJ. She came back into our lives after a long hiatus. This cat had been with me before my husband and I got married, before we were even engaged. I was never truly a cat person. My heart was with dogs. Dogs were fluffy, energetic and g…Read more
|Abuelito with Bianca|
My father-in-law, a Type II diabetic for 30 years, LOVED sweets… especially cake. If there was a pastel de tres leches around, that thing was going to disappear. His love for sweets would have been a problem for him except that the rest of his diet was so strict, regimented and healthy that he did not become insulin dependent until the age of 86 or so. There was more than one occasion that I would stop by and find him lying on the floor doing his bicycle kicks to stay in shape. He was an amazing guy… who loved sweets.
It was with that spirit in mind that my wife lit up and laughed. She shared my cake idea on Facebook and quickly another member of the family (also finding it hard to be “up” this Father’s Day with abuelito’s passing) was all for it and invited the family over for burgers, hot dogs and of course… cake.
My boys, Cameron (7 with autism) and Tyler (5 without autism) often have conversations about when they were babies. They’reRead more
Last week a dear family friend passed away. She was very close friend of my sister-in-law and brother. She wasRead more
Having read over my posts for the past several weeks I have noticed that I have been a total maudlinRead more
Our neighbor and good friend Matt died unexpectedly on Tuesday this past week. He was Sammy’s buddy. Every time SamRead more
The blog Lives Lost to Autism was started in 2010 and over the years several people have published content onRead more
The Einstein of our time, the Henry Ford of our time, a true genius of our time ….Read more
Without Steve Jobs, Gracie might not be calling me Mummy. He truly changed our lives. Rest in Peace Steve, weRead more