As we celebrate this heart day with our loved ones, we need to remember that there are others who are less fortunate than ourselves.
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Another day done. For the most part, I would call this day a success.
My girls, who have both been licensed to drive for less than 6 months killed the car tonight. They thought that they were in trouble, because it wouldn’t start… They walked home, then we went and got it after mom got home. A simple jump start cured it. Probably a weak alternator belt isn’t allowing enough juice to be generated, coupled with someone not shutting the door all the way and an interior light blinking occasionally. No big deal. And even so, if they had wrecked it or something, a car can be replaced.
Lined up another IEP meeting for our oldest boy. Next week unless something shakes loose in the schedule this week. Tomorrow, our youngest son and I are going into the city for a psych consult. Hopefully he can get back on the med that they took him off, clorazil.
Overall, the few times that our youngest was misbehaving aren’t worth noting. There has to be a point where some of his beavior is just because he is the baby in the family and acting as a 10 year old boy. Life is good.
That reminds me, I need to follow-up with the people regarding Respite care for our youngest. That will help alleviate some stresses in our family.
This weekend I am in Bismarck for a class, and he will get to spend a couple of hours with his mentor, and then his Aunt.
Waiting on a call from Department of Public Instruction regarding the facilitated IEP request that we made. More tomorrow. 🙂 Cheers!Tweet #fighting4answrs