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My Blog is about many things, adult adoptee, autism, family, laughter, and love, feel free to follow me on my journey, and look through my archives. It takes more than one subject to define me or my family. We are a mixture of a bit of everything!

Friday, May 27, 2011

Adoption Reunions....


Met
My Sister
Today!




Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Sunday's in My City LB Pride Weekend


Unknown Mami
 
Pink Party





The Kids make signs for the Parade






Parade Day... Our group, Autism in Long Beach 
walks with Catalyst Community














Visit Unknown Mami for more Sundays in My City

Friday, May 20, 2011

T.G.I.P.



OOOOH Do you know what time it is????

Long Beach California paints the town Pink!!

Tonight is the 2011 Pink Party!

T.G.I.P.!

Last year was a blast....


Our Community is so United I love it.

Downtown Long Beach is lit up Pink...

We are kicking of Gay Pride Weekend!

Last year I blogged about the Parade....

This year my group, Autism in Long Beach,

will be in it!! 

Lots of fun pics to come for


and a big ole' Happy Bday to Unknown Mami...

whose paper bag doesn't have a wrinkle in it!!!


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Dalai Lama Amnesty Award



I was honored to be present when the 
in Long Beach, California

(no camera's were allowed in the theatre)

Choose Your Battles



Bullying (verb): Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants

I think the most important lesson I was taught in life is to choose my battles. It's the one advice that has really helped me through business, parenting, and most important, life issues.

Most things in Life are irrelevant. What other people think is definitely one of them. People will always have things to say about your love life, and how you raise your child, your home, your business, your class, etc. Those are insecure people. They are irrelevant.

Life is all about learning, and at times, teaching. Even in High School I was a bit different than my peers. While most were grouped up constantly, I was just fine with one or two close friends. I am a very loyal person and loyalty tends to get diluted in numbers. Therefore, I didn't buy into the "group" mindset then, nor do I now as an adult.

In High School I did a report on Mob Mentality, it was quite interesting. What is even more interesting is I am seeing a lot of that now online and within various cliques. Bullies do come in adult size too.

That is why I choose my battles.... and your clique is definitely not one of them. I have a Special Needs Child to raise and a group of families to help. To your whole crew: Since we aren't friends please stay off my page, do not email my contacts to promote yourself, stop discussing me, and please move on. We can co-exist its apples and oranges. 

Case Closed.

Thank you.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Ignorance is


Nauseating.

I don't Celebrate Killing.

Anybody being Killed.

"We must be the change we want to see". 
~Ghandi
 

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