Today I am grateful that this Geico Gecko lookalike lives outside my home and not in it. Lizards are common in Hawaii and the name gecko did not originate with Geico who adopted them as their mascot. I love them when they are outside my home as they eat insects including termites and cock roaches. I am not so crazy about them when they make their way into my home. They are also featured in Hawaiian legends. You can read more about them by clicking on the link below:
Additionally, I am grateful because I am a featured writer this week over at Help! S-O-S for Parents in the When One Door Closes, Another Door Opens series.
Danette over at Help! S-O-S for Parents is an amazing individual who puts together a monthly Best of Best Edition on the fifteenth of every month that features topics of interests related to children with invisible special needs. She is always looking for new bloggers to submit posts on featured topics. Go over and check it out for more information. She featured two of my articles on bullying related to school issues last week, so I am very grateful to Danette.
However, Danette’s contributions do not end there. Please visit her site for more details as she truly has a wealth of information to share. Here is a hint; she will have featured book reviews in April with book give-a-ways including Delightfully Different.
Addendum: S-O-S joined with OJTA in February 2012 to form Special-Ism.com.