World Autism Day

Autism-Awareness

 

It’s World Autism Awareness Day.  Be kind to someone with autism.  Be considerate to  someone with autism.  Individuals with autism aren’t incapable, but are differently-abled.  Give them a chance.  Give them respect.  Individuals with autism are just as valuable as any typically-abled person.

So show your support for World Autism Awareness Day!

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My son with autism

Blessings to the autism parents who work every day to make life a little bit easier for their child.  I pray your strength.  I send you love from one autism parent to another.

Pray, meditate, then take action

Here’s to living essentially,

Jaketta

 

 

Step out of the box!

 

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As we grow older, many of us become “fixed in our thoughts” or set in our ways.  When we don’t explore new ideas, foods, and experiences we limit out opportunities.  There is so much to life than what we experience in our homes, on our block, on our street, and in our neighborhoods.   The world is so vast.  There are wonderful people to meet, beautiful things to see, and exciting places to  go.  Step out of your box, and see what’s new.

Pray, meditate, and take action.

Live essentially,

Jaketta

 

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Monday, January 19, 2015 @ 12:30 pm

Lunch and learn

“Goals and Vision Boards”

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Past posts

1/1 —> Happy New Year

1/8 —> Where I am vs Where I want to be

Upcoming posts

1/22 –> My thinking

1/29 –> Be grateful

2/5 —> Why am I  pretending?