First posted January 1 at https://conversationsaboutautism.com/
There are those people who make resolutions when the ball drops on New Year’s Eve.
Then there are those of us who do not.
As I think over past improvements and accomplishments in my life, I realize that none of them were the result of one moment in time or one list of resolutions. In recent years, I have become ADD. My mind is in constant free flight accompanied by sudden thoughts of things I absolutely must do!
I have also learned within those moments that I need to sit with a thought for a long time to sort out which of these random ideas include some tidbit of an activity I might actually want to pursue. Or whether it is worth pursuing.
This is how my book came about. I thought of the idea of interviewing families of children with autism. I considered how that might come about, and I…
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