My father passed away on this day, February 5th, back in 2011. In honor of the anniversary of his passing, I have decided to share the eulogy that I wrote for his funeral.
The older I get, the more I appreciate Día de Muertos. Years pass, loved ones pass, and I grow to understand more fully the philosophy behind the Day of the Dead. Holidays can be tough, for years after you’ve lost someone. Memories of the past can come flooding to the surface, and in these moments,Continue reading “Día de Muertos”
September 22nd, 2018. A cool, fall day. My husband drives us across town to visit his ailing grandmother. He’s been preparing me, or himself, or the both of us, all morning – telling me who else might be there, what we’re going to do, what to expect… And finally, he says to me: “The locationContinue reading “September 25th”
Early interventions can make such a huge difference for #autistic kids. Being able to grow up in a family with that understanding, of what autism is and how it affects us, is something I think a lot of adult-diagnosed autistic folks wish they had. And I like how you mention the importance of seeking outContinue reading “Twitter Thread #080118”