If it weren’t for the experiences I have with my autism, I wouldn’t be a writer. So I’m very thankful to the Lord for guiding me through those experiences. They have blessed me with a valuable lesson: HOLD A POSITIVE OUTLOOK ON LIFE.
My twin sister Jessica in on the left. I’m on the right 🙂 Close your eyes and imagine that communication is your biggest struggle. It feels like you’re running into a brick wall every time you speak to others. It doesn’t matter whether you’re under pressure at work or relaxing with people closest to you. … Continue reading Coming To Terms
“Good planning and hard work lead to prosperity, but hasty shortcuts lead to poverty.”- Proverbs 21:5 NLT Planning can be a pain, but the rewards that can be reaped make planning worth it! Doing so offers higher chances of success. Not planning is the guaranteed roadway to failure. Doubts may be on the back of … Continue reading Never Fail To Plan
Ever since the coronavirus entered the United States back in March, nothing but fear, sadness, and uncertainty took over the hearts of many of us. People are filling the hospitals. People are dying in massive numbers daily. Unemployment rates are going through the roof. Businesses are going out of business completely. People in the White … Continue reading Joy in Uncertain Times
As a child, I considered myself to be like every other kid my age, except for being famous for having a twin sister named Jessica. I was in complete denial that I was a student with special needs. I attended class, snack time, recess and story time. Nothing out of the ordinary right? Or so … Continue reading Blessings Not Curses
No matter how far away a dream may be (a dream home, school of your dreams, or a dream car), the truth is this: DETERMINATION and FAITH are the two weapons needed to make a dream become a reality. Without these weapons, a dream would be just a dream.
December: the most exciting month of the year, finally came! This is the month where many of us will reminisce about the ups and downs of 2019. Christmas shopping (the most expensive part of the holidays) will be everywhere. Children will be sitting on Santa's lap to tell him what they want for Christmas. The … Continue reading The Seed of Glee
Living with high functioning autism has its challenges. I say it this way because speech was the very last thing on my list of worries. I was (and still am) a chatterbox. However, I have struggles with understanding and processing language. This is why I went to speech therapy from kindergarten to my freshman year in … Continue reading IT’S A BLESSING
Dear Dad, It's been thirty days since I've discovered that you have passed. Over the course of those thirty days, I noticed that my perspective on not having you in my life has changed. Growing up, I had anger towards you that was indescribable. I've seen fathers with their children and wondered, "where's my dad? … Continue reading Dear Dad,