Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: One Face of Autism

I'm in the middle of writing and writing away, but in the meantime, a little visual interlude. Pictures of my son Jacob from this past year, in his many moods and phases: happy, sad, connected, spacey, silly, sweet.

Usually happy, but sometimes not; somewhat mercurial, consistently delightful, but always Jake.


I love you, Jake, my son with Autism.


  1. That is a gorgeous man to-be. Inside and out, I'm sure.

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I am so sorry to have to turn word verification back on, but the spam-bots have found me - yikes!