And We Danced

I am not a great dancer. I might not even be good. I’m certainly not good like, say, Dennis Norfleet: Norfleet is a slot receiver/third-down back/kick- and punt-returner for Michigan. You put him on a field in front of 100,000 people, and he’s going to dance. It doesn’t matter if Michigan’s winning or losing or […]

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Why I Will Go

The following has (almost) nothing to do with autism. But it’s my blog, and I’ve got a few things on my mind, and they touch on some of my favorite things and they involve my son. It’s long. You’ve been warned. If the photo above doesn’t intrigue you, feel free to move along. I won’t […]

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There’s a Future in This

The alternate title of this post could be “Or, how I learned to stop worrying and embrace my son’s awesome powers of recall.” Ryan has an incredible memory. Like, astoundingly, incomprehensibly, amazingly incredible. This is not new. How I feel about this? Well, that’s changing. Saturday night, I took Ryan to a hockey game. It […]

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