Sunday Letters



Dear A:  It is a bit difficult to know what to get you from Santa since you are not very verbal.  I found myself for the first time ever having to look for presents for kids with special needs.  It is strange because to us you are just A, a little behind on talking, but our son that is so much fun and who has the best smile ever.  I wonder what other parents do?  I have found some awesome items on Amazon.  Your therapists also had great recommendations.  I was especially happy to see they have a Sensitive Santa day at our local mall for kids with sensory disorders.

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Our local mall invited kids on the autism spectrum to meet Santa before the mall opened.  The lights were dimmed and quieter music was used.


Dear B:   Someday when you have kids, I hope you read this.  Every day you ask me to call Santa, multiple times.  You have been doing this since the summer.  You see a toy you love and tell me to call him and get money.  In some ways it has been a blessing because you do not melt down if I can’t get you something, but I swear I have called Santa at least 2000 times at this point.

Dear Students:  Thank you for making this transition to Winter Break so easy.  No one is bouncing off the walls yet.

Dear Ky and Kev:  I am looking forward to seeing you guys soon, hope you rocked your finals.

The Total Money Makeover

Dear Katie:  I just sent you a copy of Dave Ramsey’s book The Total Money Makeover.  I have spent some time listening to his videos and I think that every young adult should hear or read what he has to say about saving money.  Hope you like it.

Dear Husband:  The whirlwind we call holidays is upon us.  I am looking forward to spending break home with you all.  Let the menu planning and wrapping begin!

Dear Subscription Box Companies:  I have fallen a bit behind lately due to some medical issues but I just started receiving my December boxes and they are fantastic.  I think this may be my favorite time of year for boxes.

Dear Citrus Lane:  I read the memos about you closing and yet I see your still taking new subscriptions on your site.  Is it possible you are staying in business?  I sure hope so!  I went ahead and bought a Mystery Box just in case.  You are A’s favorite box in the world.


5 thoughts on “Sunday Letters

      1. No, he is actually asleep right now. We are working on it though. We are hoping that he will get into a special school next school year and that may level him out a bit. We shall see, always an adventure 🙂 I may be out your way next year, it is my dads 70th and trying to figure out how to get everyone out there for a party. Talk to you soon.

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