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Elizabeth is taking a health and fitness class this semester at college (she is in the college program for those with special needs).  She really likes this class, I think because it is relate-able.  The information is very applicable to everyday life as well as the fact that they get to exercise for some of each class time.

She told me that one of her measurable goals (something that they worked on) is to lift Read the rest of this entry »

Our weekend project all started out with Michael saying he wanted to move his shoes from the laundry room to his bedroom.   This one request started a domino effect that resulted in us cleaning his closet, the laundry room and his room.  It also resulted in a huge amount of items donated.

As we did this, there were many items that found a new place in our home or a new purpose and this got me thinking how we all get used to things being a certain way or serving a certain purpose.  We sort of just assume that the way things are,  are the way they will remain, we don’t look to change them or see their other potentials.

Sure initially, I was thinking Read the rest of this entry »

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