Faith, Love and Respect for ALL


Hello friends, it is nice to see you again. I know it has been much too long since I have shared anything with you. I am sorry for my absence, but as usual life has been crazy and time tends to just get away from me.

Amidst the craziness, I have been working on a new blog, which is still a work in progress, but has been launched nonetheless. The Jest_Tu_Positive Life © is where the majority of my future posts will be. At this point I am not sure if this blog will remain separate, or be merged with the new one. The only thing I am certain of, is that although Autism adds color to all aspects in our life, it is not the center of it, so I want to put it in it’s proverbial place. Our family may be different, but we are also very similar to all the other families in the world; therefore, the new blog with focus on life in general, with our Autistic Attributes interwoven for a taste of the rainbow that lights our journey.

If you would like to read about the new page, please visit the About page, hosted by WordPress, or our Facebook page. I pray that you will join us on this new path in our journey, which is is based on Faith, Love and Respect for ALL. We Accept and Celebrate everyone for the Unique and Diverse Human Beings they are, and hope that we can help others see life in a more positive manner, and be proud of the amazing individuals they are.

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Comments on: "About" (5)

  1. Thankyou for sharing ..will be making a few lap blankets

  2. LOVE the duct tape weighted blanket and would love to make one for my grandson who is 3 and level 3 on the spectrum. My question is…… the duct tape rigid enough to keep the rice from pocketing at the bottom of the ziplock bag or does it need to be “resettled” every time it is held in a vertical position……..hope that makes sense. LOL Love your site and being his diagnosis is just a year old we still have to much to learn. Thank you for your time and caring.

    • We used to shake ours a bit, but I don’t remember it settling too much. My daughter didn’t like the feel of the duct tape, so we always kept ours in a pillow case. When Beth was 3, the weighted blanket was a life saver for us, I pray it helps your grandson.

  3. Hi do you do weighted blankets and how much do they cost?

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