[nfbmi-talk] replying to independence and cane use
joe harcz Comcast
joeharcz at comcast.net
Fri Apr 15 23:23:11 UTC 2011
What a wonderful mom you are. Regardless as to disabilities or abilities for
that matter I have so much respect for you and what you've done. Parenting
isn't always easy whether one is disabled or not. Being parented isn't easy
for that matter as we all know...Smile...
Regardless I'm giving you a great big cyber hug for all your efforts over
the years. They touch me to the quick.
And great moms, and great dads need to be recognized sometimes for the true
and valuable and basic human beings they are.
I hold you and yours in my heart as a warm welcome against an often cold
world. You are a treasure and a true asset to all in Michigan.
I wish nothing but blessings upon you and yours.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lydia Schuck" <laschuck at juno.com>
To: <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 11:02 AM
Subject: [nfbmi-talk] replying to independence and cane use
> Hi Everyone,
> I am wearing my mom hat as I write to tell you that Anna (age 18) has now
> moved into the house across the street. She will have the set-up to cook
> there, though many of you know that food is a challenge to Anna and she
> may want to live on donuts and chocolate milk. She hates the way food
> feels in her mouth, which is part of her autism.
> Anyway on the subject of independence and cane use, Anna is going back
> and forth across the street many times a day on our somewhat rural 2 lane
> road. I worry about her at night, so this is a bigger adjustment for me
> than her I think. But I realize that if i follow her around she will not
> believe in herself...and I actually do believe in her abilities, so I
> need to show her that by being very unimpressed that she is doing so
> Anna has many many issues as many of you know, but she is moving forward,
> and that is what we wanted for her since she was born under two pounds,
> very ill, 18 years ago. Lydia
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