Today was Grandparents Day at Atticus’s school. He doesn’t have a grandparent (three have passed away and the other is not in his life), so we were going to leave school early and skip the afternoon “celebration.” Unfortunately, I found out last minute that he needed to perform during the chapel portion of the event … Continue reading Loving Your Neighbor
Despite his fear of severe storms, Atticus is fascinated with weather. It’s been his passion since first grade. He dreams of following in the footsteps of Jim Cantore, Mike Seidel, and the like. His imagination allows him to believe he is able to stand in the middle of a hurricane—wind violently whipping around him and … Continue reading Every Dream Has a Beginning
This past weekend, our area of the country expected severe storms. Atticus, a wanna-be meteorologist, watches the Weather Channel with intensity. As tornadoes swept across Texas and Mississippi, he watched videos of the damage with feelings of despair. I blocked the Weather Channel last summer because Atticus liked to watch shows like “Tornado Alley” and … Continue reading The Time to Panic is Now!
December 6, 2018 After rehearsal tonight, the director had everyone sit on stage so he could discuss things about the musical. As he was talking, an assistant handed the actors a piece of paper. The director said the paper contained information concerning the sensory friendly show they would be performing. He briefly explained that sensory … Continue reading The Revealing