Ask I shall lay naked upon a bed of white snow and watch it turn red with the blood of my children. All you need do is ask. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)MoreClick to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
19 thoughts on “Ask”
You could say that. Rings true though.
Afraid I have to knock off. Keep the spirits up.
Dang! There’s that non-sobriety double entendre again.
🙂 Thanks for the smile. Good night.
Spoken for every parent. Nice
Dark but not.
I suppose there’s always hope…
I feel somber reading this.
I did too, when I wrote it.
I really need to lighten up! Smile with me 😀 It’ll make us both feel better. 🙂
I went and watched this. – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQQvanCpC3Q
Ridiculously, it helps, but I do what I can…. lol
Hahahahahahaha! I’d never seen that before! Thanks so much for sharing it. 😀
Lol I am #MinionAddicted
I still haven’t seen the first movie – I definitely must. 🙂
My children love it! I think we have seen it about 25 times… A fantastic ‘feel good’ movie…
That’s what I’ve heard. I don’t normally watch kids movies unless I have to, out of principle – I’ve seen too many of them, too many times. I think I’ve seen Shrek – no exaggeration – about 300. Such is life with an autistic kid. 😛
I understand life with Autistic Children can be very challenging. I worked with several at different areas of the spectrum while in Early childhood and it was so important for us to be as consistent, yet as flexible as we possibly could. Any day someone was unwell and we had a replacement – nightmare, and very distressing for our little people. You must have the patience of a saint. I hope you get rest and have lots of love and support around you.
Thankfully those “end-of-the-world” moments are dwindling a little, which is a good thing, because he’s eighteen and I’m not sure how much more my walls and windows can take, let alone the computer equipment. 😛
I’m still waiting for the rest, but I do have some support and a lot of love from all three of my kids. 🙂 Thanks, Miss Lou.