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March 2021

Monday, March 1 - new couches, another virtual Lent, missing Dance competitions

Tuesday, March 2 - Is my generation the peak of the American Dream?


Wednesday, March 3 - Post-vaccination weariness; narrating my Mama's book; discerning next paths


Thursday, March 4 - Comcast issues; Church size theory and the gifts required for leadership


Sunday, March 7 - 3rd Sunday in Lent


Monday, March 8 - International Women's Day- learning about Althea Gibson!- go find stories of inspiring Black women because they won't come to you!


Tuesday, March 9 - The power of prayer; Maintaining relationships. reconciliation


Wednesday, March 10 - Chagrin for Covid brain; MCU timeline; Real world problems in Marvel; Bubbles and Echo chambers


Thursday, March 11 - Mary shared Rose Gold Brocade with me; showing off my DollarTree finds; Christ Church Waltham


Sunday, March 14 - 4th Sunday of Lent _ Laetare "Rose" Sunday


Monday, March 15 - My Mama made life fun; Why are those who provide services to children so under-resourced?; living in anticipation


Tuesday, March 16 - Tuesday Prayer Day; I detest Corned Beef and Cabbage; memories of Steve and Walter; The old Pour House - where does everybody know your name?


Wednesday, March 17 - St Patricks Day and my Irish heritage; my terrible brogue; a week of melancholy; the layering of Christianity and the story of Patrick and snakes


Thursday, March 18 - House-hunting-HELP: White Americans - why do we see ourselves as individuals but all other races have to shoulder responsibility for their whole race!!; Praying for Asian-Americans



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It's All in How You See...

Posted by Rebecca L. on Monday, July 18, 2011, In : Aspergers 
Found this on a wordpress site (www.theotherside.wordpress.com)

LOVE the positive spin.

Discovery Criteria for Aspie…

A. A qualitative advantage in social interaction, as manifested by a majority of the following:

1. peer relationships characterized by absolute loyalty and impeccable dependability
2. free of sexist, “age-ist”, or culturalist biases; ability to regard others at “face value”
3. speaking one’s mind irrespective of social context or adherence to personal beliefs
4. ab...


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*Knowing*

Posted by Rebecca L. on Sunday, February 27, 2011, In : Aspergers 
Just a quick note on a small revelation I had this week. I started on twitter (never thought I'd like it, but I REALLY do) and discovered what a great place it is to network for the Rhythms of Grace ministry. It really is wonderfully comforting to endure a major meltdown from my Aspie son, only to see someone else tweeting that the same thing is going on in their life at that very moment! Real time communications are amazing.

Now maybe this isn't a revelation for anyone else, but as I started ...
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Proud Mom of an Aspie

Posted by Rebecca L. on Wednesday, February 16, 2011, In : Aspergers 
I recently read an old, old article by Frederica Matthewes-Green. Here is a link to it: click here.  It got me thinking and praying on the promise of being known by God, even from before we were formed.

I tell volunteers to be prepared for a different kind of joy when they work with autism spectrum children.

The payoff for most of us in children or youth ministry is seeing these young people grow in the Lord -- seeing their enjoyment of programs, an increase in knowledge, a growing awareness of...
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