Cheap Thrill Friday: it was bound to happen


  Yup. This happened this past week.  When I was a child, and I was being reprimanded/punished for something that I probably shouldn’t have done, I used to smile at my mother while she was in the middle of an angry … Continue reading

Typical things DO happen, sometimes 


Here’s a story for you that’s not exactly funny, as it is “typical,” and sadly, it happened to my mother, as a lot of Willy’s breakthrough moments do.  On Tuesday night, Willy had a sleepover at his Grandma and Grampy’s … Continue reading

He’s going to be who he’s meant to be. 


Every once in a while, I let my mind wander into my son’s future. I have visions of what his future could hold, but then reality sets in, and I usually don’t like what I see. I remind myself that he’s … Continue reading

Cheap Thrill Friday: I’m kind of a big deal. 


  Oh Ron Burgundy… even though you don’t have a filter and say the first thing that’s comes to your mind, we still find you funny.    … and although the intelligence of your posse is debatable at times, you still … Continue reading

Everybody needs a little ABA, sometimes. 


Applied Behavior Analysis is the process of systematically applying interventions based upon the principles of learning theory to improve socially significant behaviors to a meaningful degree, and to demonstrate that the interventions employed are responsible for the improvement in behavior.  … Continue reading