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Don’t underestimate the possibilities.

Don’t underestimate the possibilities.

Yesterday Arden and I witnessed another Nick miracle.  I took a picture.  Over the weekend I had been playing Bananagrams with friends.  It is a game where lettered tiles are used to spell words.  Nick was struggling to pick up the tiles.  We...... Read More

Who are you connected to?

Who are you connected to?

Last week we were at a family reunion in Ireland.  We had a wonderful night with our relations.  Nick had his picture taken with his 3rd cousin Gary Doherty.  Gary is 5 months younger than Nick.  Gary and Nick are both retired.  During his career...... Read More

Some things don’t change.

Some things don’t change.

Today I took Nick to his day program.  He calls it school.  The name really is Bridge of Promise and the program is based here in Carnation, WA.  Nick loves it.  They go on field trips and do group activities in the school room.  There are...... Read More

Eat Dessert First, Life Is Uncertain!

Eat Dessert First, Life Is Uncertain!

In the early 1980’s there was a dessert place in Seattle, that had the marketing slogan, “Eat Dessert First, Life Is Uncertain!” Arden and I adopted this as a family motto.  Circumstances always remind us that life is uncertain...... Read More

Simple Pleasures!

Simple Pleasures!

One of the main things that we recognize about Nick, is that he finds joy in many things.   Situations that many people term the simple pleasures of life.  Everyday he experiences something in his life that he feels is wonderful and it lights up...... Read More

NORD, an amazing charity to support!

NORD, an amazing charity to support!

NORD, or the National Organization for Rare Disorders truly is a life-saving organization.  NORD, along with its more than 230 patient organization members, is committed to the identification, treatment, and cure of rare disorders through...... Read More

Ask for what you want.

Ask for what you want.

Nick will speak his mind.  His speech is not always understood by others and often we become his translators.  He also isn’t always aware of expected cultural social behavior.  Sometimes this turns out to be funny, sometimes it is not so...... Read More

Great service makes international travel possible.

Great service makes international travel possible.

On Sunday afternoon we visited Strokestown House and the Irish National Famine Museum in Co. Sligo, Ireland.  It was a unique and memorable experience.  The weather was fantastic, but the warmest part was the wonderful treatment we received from...... Read More

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