I am somebody! You should tell yourself that every day. Believe it and others will too. We all want to feel important. We want to know that we are valued and respected. Some of us need that feeling more than others. Recently I was with a friend and we were waiting on a table. I … More It’s The Middletown Mommy Blogger
Let me give you a few tips Harrison before we get off of the bus. We are from the city so you will be fine in New York. Keep your backpack zipped. Stay close to me. Don’t walk with your head down. Be aware of your surroundings. You might see just about anything. You will … More Don’t Look Like A Tourist
The first week back to school is always exciting, scary and exhausting. I think because our family had so many transitions. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I must admit I was in denial that school was starting, up until 10:00 pm on Labor Day. When I woke the kids up for the first … More Is This A Drill?
A complete stranger would be nice to me. I would sleep for nine hours straight. I would leave Sydney and Harrison at home while I went for a walk. God would place amazing people that “get” autism in my life People would read my blog. I would share some of the most painful stories with … More I Never Would Have Thought…..
No matter what your situation is. Read this three times and keep moving. Women, sometimes we don’t realize how strong we are. It is how God made us. We can come out of a situation that was meant to break us. Walking taller with a strut and a smile. I knew I was strong when … More All The Strong Women
When I was younger I remember singing Respect by Aretha Franklin in front of a mirror, with a hairbrush as my microphone. I loved that song. I had no clue about what the lyrics meant. Now, when I sing that song. I realize her lyrics are fierce! I was always taught to respect my … More Respect
A year ago today is the day that I reclaimed my life. I made a strong choice to share A Woman’s Work with the world. My blog has helped me fight and get my name back. When I think for a moment. I can’t believe how far I have come. During the past year I … More My Year of Blogging
At the chance to date me. Thanks Susan for today’s blog title. I’ve shared my dating journey with all of you. There are challenges dating after divorce. There are also challenges dating with children. In my case there are other factors to consider when you have a child with special needs. I decided to give … More Black Men Can’t Jump……
I woke up at 4:00 am and thought I missed Father’s Day. So I took some time to reflect on my father and how hard he worked for our family. I remember the one and only spanking that I received. Because that spanking changed me. You all know the scripture, Spare the rod spoil the … More Daddy’s Girl
Harrison and Sydney are amazing children. I talk about their sibling love often. If I tell you autism was a blessing for our family. Would you think I had lost my mind? You can answer yes. I would think the same. What autism has taught us in nine years gave me the courage to share … More The Beauty of Autism