I'm Suzanne, welcome to my better half blog. You'll find my musings, rants, quotes, my unhealthy obsession with QAF and Glee. I'm passionate about Autism, Irish Wolfhounds and being respectful. My ask box is always open and under utilized - so ask. Since the ask box is hard up - I always take QAF gif requests. Don't send me wank, I'm too old for that shit. I'm a mom and wife to an Aspie - what's your super power?
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This is what happens when a bullied young boy with Asperger’s finds friendship, love and learns to grow.
My son’s 8th grade portfolio introduction…
For those of you who don’t know my name, I am Jonah and I have been a student at SMOS for two years now. These have been the best two years of my life…to date. Throughout my time here, I have matured and grown; overcome much of my social awkwardness and have learned what the word friendship means. These friends include, well… the entire class. It was here at SMOS that I was invited to my 1st party or to just go hang out. It was here that I finally joined my first sports team, thanks to the encouragement and support of my friends. It was this school and these people, that helped to bring me the joy I experience now. Being able to store the memories of the last two years in this portfolio is one of the few reasons I enjoyed this project. Every artifact is a reminder of my two years here and of you, and I am grateful for each and every one. In closing, I would like to thank the teachers for their support and dedication to my success, my friends for their amazing support and friendship but mostly; I would like to thank the parents for raising such generously tolerant and accepting children. I will miss you all…
13 Photos From Taiwan’s First Same-Sex Buddhist Marriage
Huang Mei-yu and Yu Ya-ting wed Saturday in a traditional Buddhist ceremony. Their union still isn’t recognized by the Taiwanese government, though support for gay marriage is mounting across Asia.
By Jessica Testa on Buzzfeed
Buddhist Master Shih Chao-hwei performed the ceremony, giving the women his full support: “I am certain you will lead a life of happiness together, especially after you have overcome so much difficulty and societal discrimination,” he said. “You have blessings not only from the Buddha, but also from those whom you may or may not know who are in attendance.”