Since the beginning of my blogging journey in 2015, I’ve had a few missions in mind... 1: To show other autism families - especially those in the black / brown communities- that they are not alone on this journey
2: To share our raw story to include the good, bad & ugly
3: To educate the masses on what it is like to live in our community Sharing has been important to me because even in 2021, there are still so many misconceptions regarding our community. I always say that
I’m going to be honest; this new Facebook “How much has life aged you?” challenge annoys me. I take that back, ALL Facebook challenges annoy me and I never participate.
Curiosity did make me scroll all the way back to my 1st ever profile picture, and to my surprise, it was one of my 1st professional photos with Sneak. Because this picture brought back so many memories from that day and time in our lives, I decided to share it.
In my first profile picture (left), Sn
We are officially midway through the last week of World Autism Month. I must say that this is the most active World Autism Month for me, and I am closing it out with a BANG! (But not too loud of a bang, because Sneak can’t take the noise) I am proud to share that I was invited to discuss my #Silent4Sneak documentary on Good Morning Washington (News Channel 8) yesterday morning. I also brought along two VERY special guests: Sneak and my mother, Nanna UGG! Unfortunately our
Hugs & High Fives Everyone:
I'm glad that you decided to walk with us on this journey!
I'm sure that you don't want to walk with a total stranger (although I'm harmless), so I figured that I should share a bit of my story with you. So - "What brings me here", you ask? Below are a few facts about me: 1: I've always been an advocate for people with special needs. For as long as I can remember, a very wise woman (my mother) taught us to have compassion and understanding for pe
Hello, and Thank you for visiting my website! I’d like to thank all of you for the positively overwhelming support since I posted my video message on March 26, 2015. The amount of people who’ve shared their compassion for the treatment of individuals in the special needs community is absolutely staggering! I wanted to spread acceptance and awareness with my video message that I recorded. I’d had enough and I wanted to see a change. While I am glad that my message was receiv