The end of the year is a time for reflection and appreciation of all we have. And maybe a look to the future, of what we want to create next. So here’s the good, the bad, and some hope… Life is not always easy. Maybe you can relate. This year:
- Our websites crashed and the hosting company still has problems (I’m grateful for everyone’s patience and kind words)
- Our car was hit and totaled while parked on the street and we still don’t have a new one (but I’m grateful no one was hurt)
- I’ve had my share of sadness and overwhelm
- Our autism nutrition study was published!
- Our daughter had her dream of singing at Davies Symphony Hall come true!
- My father-in-law, who despite a major stroke 18 years ago that rendered him unable to speak, is still with us and we get to share our love (where love speaks louder than words)
- My friends – new friends I have made, and old friends that have supported me through the tough times (you know who you are, and I have tears of gratitude in my eyes as I write)
- A new book I’m writing
- New courses and tools I’m creating for parents and practitioners
- Where this journey is taking me and a renewed sense of hope
- I hope your reflection of 2018 serves you, and that your hope for 2019 is bright.