Making Play-doh 4/29/20

I made a video for my autism students today, so they can make play-doh at home with their families. With remote learning, my students need everything very visual. I have recorded stories, activities, and this is the first recipe. I have always liked technology, so I’ve learned a lot as I experiment different ways to…

Fun Pictures at Easter 2017 4/16/20

The kids had so much fun together that day. They had Robbie’s camera on a tripod and they were running back and forth taking pictures and laughing. ❤

Robbie Smile 4/14/20

Here is a picture of Robbie his senior year of high school. I miss him so much. ❤ When I feel like this, I want to escape Houston, but I know that wouldn’t help or I would move tomorrow. It has been 14 months since we heard his voice. He was such a sweet and…

Grief Mode 4/13/20

We had a quiet Easter weekend. I was able to see all my siblings on a zoom gathering, which was fun. If anything comes out of this crazy pandemic, it will be all the ways we have learned to use technology for to keep our friends and family close. The other topic going through my…

Robbie’s Photography 4/5/20

I made videos for my students using Robbie’s camera this week because it is newer than mine Here are some of the pictures that were on his camera. The pictures were taken at the Houston Zoo, Aquarium, Natural History Museum, Butterfly Center, and Galveston. Since my Sony digital camera is about 10 years old, Robbie’s…

Autism Awareness: Robbie’s Story 4/2/20

Reposted from 4/20/16Autism Awareness Month 4/20/16… With Robbie’s permission, I’m posting about Autism today. I have presented to teachers about autism and I’ve taught many students on the spectrum. I’ve talked about writing a book with Robbie, but I’m not sure anyone wants to read another autism story. (Update 4/2/20…Robbie asked me to write his life…