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Adventures in Gracieland

  In thinking about my next blog post, I thought of all the events that have transpired the past two to three weeks.  I started jotting down some ideas for posts on a small piece of paper… quickly filled both … Continue reading

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Groundbreaking science…

In Brevard County, Florida.  That’s the caption on one of Dr. Jasen Kobobel’s flyers promoting his practice, stem cell therapy, and PRP (Platelet-rich Plasma).  Last night I decided to attend a small seminar being held by Dr. Kobobel, at one of … Continue reading

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Lockdown

Lock. Every. Single. Door, Cabinet, and Drawer. Leave. Nothing. Out. Decided to take a break from getting the house clean before Gracie’s momma gets home. Been living as a bachelor this weekend (with my 13 year-old autistic daughter in tow). … Continue reading

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Plutonic mustard

I haven’t written a post in a while.  Just haven’t had the will, desire, or energy.  Plus, some people get upset about the things I say.  I thought long and hard about pulling the plug on this blog, but then … Continue reading

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Chinese acrobat tryout

Now I won’t claim Gracie is as talented as the Chinese acrobats you see at Disney’s Epcot.  Nevertheless, her ‘acrobatic’ exploits still amaze me.  Check out the video of her spinning her body pillow with her feet while laying on … Continue reading

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Beds and trampolines

Appears so peaceful when she’s sleeping, doesn’t she?  It seems I never really stopped to consider how much Gracie’s autism affected things, until I starting sharing our story…  Our house, for example, has been Gracie-proofed, to the extent necessary for … Continue reading

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