There is a new kid in town and no it is not this bird. The bird is a Cattle Egret a.k.a. Bubulcus Ibis. I have been wanting to get a picture of one and today I was able to do this. His pictures seemed prefect for this post.
The new kid is someone I love dearly and whom I totally support although I am not adding her link or mentioning where you can find her. This is a precaution I feel strongly about since she is a minor. I am following her just not publicly although I am glad others are following her publicly and I encourage you to do this if you have not. I am very proud of her and I am passing the reins regarding sharing her story to her.
That is why I am not answering questions directly related to her for future post although there will be a post of answers to questions on Mommy Lebron’s blog tomorrow. She is aware of my answers and is okay with them, but I am not comfortable with any further questions directly about her. Again, I want to protect her as much as possible while still encouraging her.
Related to this, I am having thoughts about starting one or two new blogs. I want to keep my life, as an advocate for tolerance and acceptance of differences for those with special needs, separate from things I want to post related to brain storming ideas and the writing process for my next novel. I plan to change the tone of this blog to more general topics related to autism spectrum, bullying, and tolerance rather than specifically as it relates to my family.
In addition, I still plan to continue to write about forgiveness and gratitude. I am not sure if I should continue to post my forgiveness and gratitude posts here or start a third blog as obviously some of these posts are directly related to bullying issues and to my beautiful daughter. Your thoughts on this one might help me with my decision.
All of my blogs will be accessible from my author site as pages whatever I decide. I hope you understand my decision. I will be blogging here at least weekly until the end of the year. I may decrease the posts here after that, but I do plan to keep the blog.