On Saturday, we were fortunate enough to get Ryan a time slot at the A.skate event in Dallas, Texas at 4DWN. From A.skate’s website, it states that: “We provide one on one skate lessons for persons with autism in an environment that is appropriate to their sensory needs in order to learn. We provide this … More Skateboards and Letterboards
This past weekend, Ryan participated in a local workshop in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area with ACE RPM, the company that Ryan and I originally started RPM with back in January 2014. We have seen Erika Anderson of ACE over the past 22 months at local workshops in the Bay Area in California, for a camp … More Progress
On Wednesday, Ryan and I met Kim McCollister, the ASDS (Associate Support Department Supervisor) at the Home Depot #6548 in Keller, Texas. Kim was gracious enough to agree to take Ryan and me on a behind the scenes tour of Ryan’s “HALLMARK” favorite store. We had no idea that Ryan liked Home Depot so much. … More Behind the Scenes at Home Depot!
If you remember, in a previous post found here, Ryan mentioned that he wanted to have his party at North Richland Hills Fire Station #1. We set that up several weeks back and planned for a Sunday so that all of our local family (Granny, Mark, Aunt Jennifer, Uncle Patrick, and cousins Jillian and Elizabeth) … More Ryan’s Birthday Week Celebration Part 2 – The Party
Ryan turned 9 years old last Tuesday. We started the day with some school work and went to one of his favorite local parks where they have a zip line for disabled children that does not require them to hold on for the entire ride. Ryan has music lessons every Tuesday, so we had that … More Ryan’s Birthday Week Celebration Part 1
What a weekend! We have had a lot going on that we wanted to share with all of you. I was originally going to blog about both the wedding weekend and Ryan’s birthday yesterday, but there is just too much to say about the wedding. I will blog about Ryan’s birthday later this week. Ryan and … More The Wedding