Frances’s preferred documentary topics are diverse. Each topic’s phase is quite intense, lasting anywhere from weeks to months, during which period she learns a great deal. It also means that I learn a great deal, too, because, after all, I am with her as she watches her docs. Before Frances had come along, I couldn’tContinue reading “The docs”
Last Saturday, we drove to Frances’s ballet lesson, but we also tried to have a bit of a leisurely drive as well. I’ve written about it before in a lighthearted manner, but I don’t mean to trivialize the fact that it is very difficult to drive with Frances. It is hard to admit thatContinue reading “Lessons”
This fountain is one of Frances’s favourite summer destinations.
Two years ago today, Frances revealed another super power: the ability to walk on walls at strange angles for a long time. I’m always amazed by the climbing ability of many children with ASD. Her inexhaustible energy is equal only to her balance while climbing.
Frances and I both enjoy discovering local architectural details.
Almost exactly two years ago, we went to the CN Tower. On an observation deck, Frances faced in the opposite direction of the other tourists: she had pulled out a book and started reading. May she always do things her way!