Spectrummy Mummy

Asperger's, Allergies, and Adventures Abroad

I want to tell you…

with 3 comments

“I want to tell you

my head is filled with things to say

When you’re here

all those words they seem to slip away”

Harrison, George.  “I Want to Tell You”.  Lyrics. The Beatles “Revolver” Capitol Records, 1966.

I want to tell you about Pudding’s new speech therapist.  I want to tell you why she needs speech therapy when she can talk.

I want to tell you about her occupational therapy, and why she needs that, and what it even is.

I want to tell you about her IEP meeting, and why it was so different from her first one.

I want to tell you about the sibling study Cubby is involved in, and what they are starting to see.

I want to tell you that very soon we’ll get the list of countries where we’ll move to next year.  I want to tell you how I can’t wait and dread moving at the same time.

I want to tell you that Spectrummy Daddy and I have a date on Friday night- only our third of the year.

I want to tell you how much I love writing this blog, and getting your comments.  How it has given me back a piece of me for myself.

I want to tell you all of these things, but I have to go and make graham crackers that don’t have gluten, dairy, rice or potato flour in them.  I want to tell you why that is important, but I don’t have time.

I want to thank you for reading this!  I’ll tell you all really soon.

“Sometimes I wish I knew you well

Then I could speak my mind and tell you

Maybe you’d understand.”

Harrison, George.  “I Want to Tell You”.  Lyrics. The Beatles “Revolver” Capitol Records, 1966.

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Written by Spectrummy Mummy

July 29, 2010 at 6:55 am

3 Responses

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  1. Looking forward to hearing all these things in good time. keep at the blog — it’s fantastic

    Courtney Fingar

    July 29, 2010 at 1:48 pm

  2. You’re doing great!
    And yes, I agree. Blogging also has made me feel like I got a piece of “me” back again.

    fiona2107

    July 30, 2010 at 4:05 am

  3. […] has been a year about struggling to find time for me.  A year for discovering writing, forging new friendships, and discovering a community even at my most isolated.  Finding my voice, […]


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