Do any of you blog, except me?


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I blog because I write. My blog is:
I don't know if it's a good blog or a dumb one, but I'm starting to blog.

I wonder if blogging about our special kids is a good idea. I've thought of blogging about raising a child on the Spectrum...anyone have a blog to share? A website?


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I also blog, although I haven't in quite a while added anything new. I sort of blog about what is on my mind. It is a mixture of my life at home, the kidlets, family, hobbies, politics, world news, rants/vents on pet peeves etc. I post funny pics of the furbabies. I tend to blog alot about my opinions on current events etc.
I will be checking out your blog in a bit when I have time, I love reading other peoples blogs!!



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Please read mine and let me know if it's good or if I made a fool out of myself. I can take criticism :wink: I just need to get honest feedback :smile:


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I thought it was very good, my only critic would be to become more "blog" savey...but I am sooo computer challenged I make you look like a computer geek. It also was charming that you don't know how to do some things cuz it let me relate. Definately keep it going.


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Kathie, you're right. I'm not blog Thanks for reading it. In my next blog, which I just wrote, I do bring up Lucas and autism. I want people to be aware of autism, especially the high functioning kind. So many people never hard of Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)-not otherwise specified and Aspergers. They think of autism as classical autism or Rainman. I hate that It's so NOT most autistics.


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I AM a blog. Peek through my window any night of the week after an 11 hour day on a construction site. There I am, in a chair...a big, blog.

(author refuses to call herself a blob) and has adapted to blog as it is more savy and user friendly; confusing most people who think she could perhaps go home and have anything to type about working 11 hours with 18 men. (I have NOTHING to say about that - really) because I am just a blog. :crazy:


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I blog rarely - usually when I need to vent *and* am in a state of mind to be able to put it coherently. Most of my ramblings are related to special needs, but not all.

A thing I did on the Ashley Treatment was actually referenced on CNN recently, as well as on several other disability issue blogs. It was a bit disconcerting because I really don't expect anyone to pay attention to me and I'm not terribly sure I like getting feedback. Anonynmity suits me better... though I am working on a rather large piece right now re: alternatives to the Ashley Treatment and it would be nice to be heard... but then again, maybe not.