This week in C’s musings, he talks about his sleep habits including his new clock, blanket and sleeping bag; his chipped tooth; and his thumbs up/down system. C is my 4-year-old son with autism who has recently decided talking to his phone was a super fun thing to do. I wonder what he’ll have to say next week…
2300 climbers. 41 states. 5 countries.
Why do I participate in Climb Out of the Darkness?
Because twice I was in a place so dark and frightening that I didn’t think I would ever find my way back.
Because I went undiagnosed for so long the first time that I barely functioned on a basic level.
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I don’t care if you’re line dancing, swing dancing, break dancing or just swaying your heart out to some Taylor Swift. Sometimes a woman just needs to get out and dance! On those few days each month where we need a little help surviving our cycle, I put together a Cycle Survival Kit with all you’ll need to get yourself ready for a night out.
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If you don’t follow me on social media or know me very well, it would probably surprise you that I run 3-5 miles per day, have completed two half marathons, and will soon add long runs into my training schedule again as I prepare for my next half marathon. I don’t look like a runner. I am short in stature and only about a third of the way through my weight loss journey. I have met a lot of people like me, with medical conditions that make it hard to lose weight. So, what do I do when I train hard, eat well and the weight doesn’t fall off?
“Eat your grapes and then you can have some of Daddy’s potato chips. ”
Baby Jo quickly ate her bowl of grapes. I poured her a little bowl of “Daddy’s chips.”
C went into meltdown mode. Crying, screaming, hitting me. He yelled, “Daddy’s chips,” over and over.
“Mommy, take a picture with me!” C snapped a selfie and jumped next to his sister to take a selfie with her. Then he took his phone (one of our old iPhones that now functions as an iPod Touch) into his room and started talking. I peeked in to see what was going on and realized he was recording himself talking to his phone. C was vlogging.