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My son Max is 8 years old and was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome which is on the autism spectrum. It is really easy for any parent to not challenge
A few years ago, I hand raised a baby Senegal parrot. Unfortunately, for whatever reason, she grew to absolutely loathe me. I struggled with the decision
I grew up out in the country, on a small farm that was surrounded by other small farms, and it was not uncommon to find stray cats in our barn. However,
I'm an avid hiker. I enjoy taking a day or weekend trip through the Appalachian trails at least twice a month. I appreciate the exercise, the fresh air
I love animals. I've been the proud co-owner of two dogs, two ferrets, many fish, many hamsters, several sparrows and a cat (thanks mom and dad!).
My cat Trouble was my feline soulmate and best friend. She came into my life in a fairly unusual way. When my son was about 12, he and I were taking
When I first got married to my ex-husband, I was barely nineteen years old back in 1984. In 1986 we had a son. By 1987 I was divorced. I was a single mom.
For years, I've been an outsider. I'm not the type of person that has too much interaction with others, and honestly, I've generally preferred it that
One of the happiest stories I know is actually a memory and a large part of my life's story. My mother had to leave when I was a young girl of about
We drove to Vermont to experience the beautiful scenery and all the local tourist traps we could find. The first thing you notice in Vermont is the endless
When she was alive, my Mother would rent a whole beach house, oceanfront, every year, and my siblings and I would gather together to enjoy the beach
I was in the line to pay for my groceries. a woman in a wheelchair came up behind me and looked to be struggling to unload her shopping, so I offered