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How Superheroes Decompress: Respites & Shawarma (A Tribute to Volunteers)

    Confessions of a Respite Groupie Hello.  My name is Diane.  And I am a self-professed Respite Groupie.  If there’s a church respite event within a 45-minute radius of our home:  We.  Are.  There.  “Neither rain, nor sleet, nor dark of night…”  Whatever, man.  We are there.   It’s the only event I’m ever on…[READ MORE]


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Kim Fam Tricked-Out Van – Pt. 2: The Checklist

    In my last post (before my July got hijacked by a sudden housing move), I introduced part one of  Summer Survival:  The Kim Fam Tricked-out Van.  Today, I finally get around to Part Two, “The Checklist.”           The Usual Suspects Most moms I know carry the standard minivan supplies:  a…[READ MORE]


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Summer Survival: The Kim Fam Tricked-Out Van

  Hooray for summer vacation!   Or, not so much?   Yeah, I hear you.   Extended breaks can be trying for any parent, especially with kids at home milling about, aimlessly.  This is especially acute for special needs parents. Like many kids with autism, Jeremy does well with structure.  He flourishes at school because of…[READ MORE]


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