“You’re perfect, Mark!”

Checking back in my blogs, it was July 17th when Mark and Merih bought a used car for Merih.  However, the car needed a bunch of work on it.  Mark has been spending evenings and weekends on it, and a couple of times on his day off, Merih has come over to help.  It was obvious last time, though, that Merih was beginning to give up hope of ever getting to drive it this summer. Continue reading

Happy New Year!

My extended family traditionally celebrates the gift giving part of Christmas on New Years Eve.  This tradition was started when my nephew was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum.  My younger sister wanted him to associate Christmas with Christ’s birth, but decided he could start the New Year out with new things.  Hence, the gift giving on New Years Eve. Continue reading