Coexisting with my neurological roommate, autism. While traveling with friends this past week, I got to visit a lakeside park in Toronto. We walked down a gravel path and onto a small beach that was nestled into a sheer rock cliff. The clean, crisp strength of the rock gently draws the eyes around the cove, … Continue reading The Tiny Rowboat
How a road trip with a friend softened the emotional confusion of autism. It is not often one gets to travel to a foreign country with a local guide. Locals can pull you away from the negative chaos of tourist traps and help set you in motion with the rhythm of the the local vibe. … Continue reading A college bound teen, a pirate, & a Toronto sunset.
Despite all that has gone wrong these past few weeks, I still feel it is important to do my part for autism. Awareness is a huge effort and must be given our best efforts. Since the 1970's, the Autism Society has set aside the month of April to celebrate autism awareness month. Many American's join in with … Continue reading Autism Awareness is in My Blood