We Apologize For The Interruption…

22 Jan

I find myself unable to write today.  It’s not that I have nothing to write about.  Material is plentiful – I just spent the day at a phenomenally good autism conference, at which I learned a lot and met some valuable contacts who could potentially help me to help George to help himself.

But that will be another post for another day.

Today my mind is in a dark place, one that I really don’t want it to be in.  I cannot write about this dark place, and because I am currently consumed by it, I cannot write at all.  I need to focus my energy on snapping out of this funk.  In an attempt to lighten the mood, however, I will share a picture that makes me laugh every time I see it, no matter how bad I might be feeling.

This is a picture of George when he was a few months old.  You gotta admit, the facial expression is priceless.

George, thinking - what, exactly?

I will be back tomorrow…

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3 Responses to “We Apologize For The Interruption…”

  1. Kerry January 22, 2011 at 6:15 PM #

    I hope you can find your way back to the lovely light that you usually linger in. You are too wonderful of a soul to be allowed to simmer in the dark for too long.
    PS, the pic of George is lovely! So cute!

  2. transplantedx3 January 22, 2011 at 7:49 PM #

    I do hope you get our of your funk – I need my head cheerleader! You’re always there with a word of encouragement for me – so I am sending it all back to you x 10. BTW, did George have a bit of a surprise in his diaper when you snapped that pic? I’ll bet he did! Love & Hugs ~Amy

  3. runningforautism January 22, 2011 at 8:04 PM #

    Thank you, my friends. You are right – I am not genetically programmed to get along with darkness, and I’m sure that by the time I wake up tomorrow morning I’ll have found my rose-coloured glasses again 🙂
    Amy, never fear – I’ll always be here to cheerlead for you for as long as you need it!
    Thanks for the encouragement, ladies. You have made me feel better!

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