I have made the difficult decision to discontinue writing posts for this blog, Not Different Enough. It is due to a combination of several things; the biggest one being relativity.
Last Friday when Kalisha returned from cooking class, she wanted to immediately get on the bus and go to Target. I know this girl so well: "What do you need at Target?"
Every time the description of a person with autism is discussed, there is always talk of their lack of social skills. Kalisha has made great strides in that area.
My original intention for the post this week was telling about Kalisha and friends going to the Michael Jackson concert at Headwaters Park in Fort Wayne and a few other Three Rivers Festival experi
Kalisha truly enjoys her job at Parkview Field. After she became accustomed to having a job and going when she was scheduled, she has not missed a day.
With the exception of her Colts jewelry for "Colts" occasions, Kalisha seldom wears jewelry. She does seem to think it is necessary for specific holidays. She has shamrocks for St.
As anyone living in northeast Indiana knows, there was a tremendous amount of thunder, lightning, rain and damaging winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
As I've written previously, Kalisha loves Facebook and when she meets a new person she r-e-a-l-l-y wants to be her friend, she makes full use of it.
Kalisha is usually quite accomodating when I ask her to do something or I remind her of her assigned tasks. She never stomps her foot or yells or says "No.
Last week I attended two days (just two days, OK?) of a four-day writer's conference at Wheaton College in Illinois. I naively thought I had all areas of "home" covered.