Traveling in Style

Traveling in Style


I have been privileged in my life to be able to travel. I have always loved to travel although I have also hated many aspects of travel. I have ready many blogs where parents have discussed what a disaster traveling is with their kids, especially autistic kids. I am hoping this blog post helps some […]

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday


I don’t know why but one of my favorite places on our “holiday” a couple of years ago was the garden area outside the Louvre.  The perfect combination of beauty and people watching.  And they did have a little cafe where I had my first cup of Café Américano- maybe that was why I liked […]

Europe with an Aspie


A few years ago my mother decided to take us to Europe.  I don’t remember traveling before my son.  Did I always plan every minute?  Did I always research restaurants so much?  Maybe I have always been this way and it just works really well with him so he was meant to be mine. My husband […]

Can Someone Define “Normal” (or neurotypical)?


We have just returned from a weekend adventure at Kalahari Waterpark in Sandusky.  We LOVE it there and we go at least twice a year which is good because then our son is nice and familiar with it.  My husband (ADD, but we sometimes wonder about Asperger’s), my son (Asperger’s) and his “neurotypical” friend & I all […]

Trips are a Trip (Gettysburg)


Since I am planning a day trip this weekend to Put In Bay it started me thinking I should post about our most recent trip. If you have kids you are well aware that traveling with kids adds extra everything- extra work, extra stuff, extra planning, and extra headaches.  If you have a kid on […]