No news isnt always good news

Life has been rough.

My boy isnt okay.

Please pray for him

I’m debating on deleting my blog.

My son is my main priority in life.

I started this blog as a way to inform my family & friends of our dire situation. I wasnt sure what would happen to us. I still dont know. However, since starting the blog it has helped my friends, family, & strangers understand our severe autism lives. We have more support now than ever before. For that I’m grateful.

I used the blog to vent and as my therapy. I now have 2 dogs that are therapeutic to me & a boyfriend of 5 years! πŸ˜³πŸ’™ He is my rock.

I’m so busy with the new group home we started and trying to advocate for my son (& others) that I just dont have the time or the emotional stamina to keep blogging. It takes a lot out of me to Express in words how things are going & to convey it in a way for the “typical” population to understand. Autism has a world & language all of it’s own.

I guess I’m trying to figure out if I’m taking a leave of absence, a sabbatical, or if I’m retiring from the blog world.

In my neverending pursuit to happiness, I guess I just know I have to focus on life. I’m still fighting for the business to work out. Currently I’m “rabbit hole”ing” on the idea of Pans/Pandas, OCD treatments/therapies, titrating my son off of all of his meds, researching ECT therapy, and medicinal marijuana for autism and/or all of the above diagnoses.

We need the classification of marijuana changed. It’s a schedule 1 drug…the same class as HEROIN! πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ until that changes, medicinal marijuana cannot be given in a group home setting. 🀬 So if you feel the need to get involved & help many people, I encourage you to do so!

I’m going to say goodbye, but I think as a happy medium, I’ll continue to blog but I wont make them public. That way I can write if I need/want to, but not necessarily post it. πŸ™‚ I am such a genius problem solver…..πŸ˜‚

Peace love health & happiness to you.

Until next time…..or not.

I’m signing out

Lisa,

Mother to Preston an adult with severe nonverbal autism who needs me