Our journey in the Autism Spectrum

[Note: As I had planned to  jump on the ever-popular “wordless Wednesday” wagon today, first, I knew I would almost never be able to remain completely “wordless” and secondly, this is NOT the picture I wanted to post but it certainly sums up my morning…]

Happy flippin’ Wednesday. Son of a $&#*%! Yep. My poor ‘ol beater van is now truly a beater van. This pic does not do the damage any justice…feeling sick. Thankfully the only harm done was to my van. No one in the van (me and all three kids) was hurt in any way. And the drain pipe attached to Molly’s clarinet instructor’s house is apparently all well. What an embarrassing, pain in the pocketbook and arse morning!!!  Just what we needed.

 

[Shameless Blog Promotion: Click Babble’s Top 25 Autism Spectrum Blogs and vote for me, A Chameleon’s Blog!  I am the underdog here and certainly would love to be able to break into that Top 25! I feel our story is important and love to share and connect with others affected by ASD. Thank you for your support! ~ Karen]

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Comments on: "Fewer Words Wednesday: $*&%;;#?@!!!" (5)

  1. oh man…sounds like you’re having a rough morning. hope the day gets better.

  2. 😦 I’m glad you’re all okay though, it could have been much worse! Hope things start to look up for you.

  3. That sucks! So sorry! Glad no one was hurt!

  4. […] up to this trip was all the more stressful as I totalled my van the week before. You can see that here. So not only were we scrambling to get that issue settled and find a new car, Grant had to adjust […]

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