God promises to relieve my burden, even if the situation remains.
He threw the glass across the kitchen this morning. At least it was a plastic glass……and at least it was empty. So began our morning. Aaron got up just in time to go out to Gary’s truck in the driveway and hug him goodbye. He was happy and I was hopeful. Yesterday was up and down with Aaron. He didn’t like me for awhile but then settled down and we had a nice evening. We watched Wheel of Fortune, and played Skip-Bo later while eating strawberries.
Simple pleasures, but not always such a simple life with Aaron.
This morning as we walked back into the house after his goodbye hug for dad, he decided that Mom was the bad guy again. He told me he wasn’t going to go to Paradigm today, and on and on.
Oh, the complexities of his mind! The challenges of autism! Physical issues I can…
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