I haven't spent much time posting about my oldest son on this blog, in the past I stuck mostly to the discussion about my middle child's life with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. As the year wraps up on our first year of cyber schooling my oldest child, 'Ace', I feel compelled to give an honest review. 'Ace' is just about to wrap up his 8th grade year.
I love all my jobs and roles in my life, but constantly I feel like there is so much going on that I can't see straight.
Why am I so busy? 3 children, 4 part time jobs, two special needs kiddos, and a teen home all the time attending cyber-school. As if that doesn't tire me to think about there's more.
feels like freedom to me!
Why four jobs? I bet you'd ask. I honestly can never for certain say why, but every time I have ever gotten rid of a job, a new one sneaks onto my schedule. I get bored easily and I am very distracted. My children
As I am sure many of you are aware, loud noises can be a big issue for kids on the Autism Spectrum or with Sensory Processing disorders. Well, my 'Moo' has a very hard time with both bright lights, IE the sun a noon during the summer, or music to loud to name a few.
Well, I have found this wonderful Zumba instructor, that makes me feel great about myself as a person, helps me stay in shape and has become a close friend, you can check him out at Joseph Romanoff. He not only teaches adult classes, but also the kids ZumbAtomic classes. My
I am a big believer that things happen for a reason and that with prayer signs of which direction to go always appear. I think God is trying to tell me to make a big change in my working schedule. I am not sure what he is trying to say exactly though.