Today I had the opportunity to teach my autistic son the value in what I call growth and strength. There are certain routines that are often in our house because of the autism we get to experience. Each morning my middle son Gunner wakes up, finds me, and tells me good morning as he does […]
You have to be brave enough and patient enough to make those sudden shifts in your life. You have to understand that putting your self first above all else is scary and right and needed.
Just remember though, that happiness is just a moment not an end all. Its job is to come and bring joy but not to stay and keep you company.
I want him to let go of the rope and float with me but his feet are too heavy. They are magnetized to the ground with no leeway of release and my heart is to light for it to be tied just to earth.