Day: March 18, 2018

Poughkeepsiejournal.com: Poughkeepsie: Bunny Cares brings Easter early to kids with special needs

Poughkeepsiejournal.com: Poughkeepsie: Bunny Cares brings Easter early to kids with special needs

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The annual event at the Poughkeepsie Galleria is “sensory friendly,” with no music playing or long lines. Kids with learning disabilities such as Down syndrome and autism got the chance to pose with the Easter bunny. Jack Howland/Poughkeepsie Journal Wochit

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Cara Gehlert, 6, poses with the

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Video:Willow Hope- Weekend Vlogs – Best Bits: Vol. 3

Video:Willow Hope- Weekend Vlogs – Best Bits: Vol. 3

Hello Internet People!!

So these are some clips from the weekend vlogs I did a few years ago. I’ve edited together multiple videos, and will do several of these, so that I can delete the originals which I no longer want to share as they include my ex.

Vlogs included are:

‘Wind Turbines and McFlurries’
‘Life’s a Beach’
‘Going to Another Gig’
‘A Picture in a Picture’

If you could also check out my website, that would be great. I write a blog and some articles about Asperger’s. I make some Autism Awareness products, as well as various other items featuring my artwork and photography. I also sell my books there too, the first book is full of poems and short stories, written whilst I was in the middle of a nervous breakdown. The second book is for children on the Autistic Spectrum, and is to help them understand sharing. My third book is about living with Asperger Syndrome and has lots of help and advice sections throughout, as well as a timeline on my website with loads more information to go with each chapter!

http://www.willowhope.com/

If it’s not too much trouble, please share this video/like it and comment as well, (I do read them all even if I don’t always respond, same goes for emails) it really helps me out!

Plus, you can head over to twitter and tweet me your thoughts/questions @willowhopepage

I’m always happy to help out with any projects which involve the Autistic Spectrum; I can do videos, interviews, artwork etc. so if you have something in mind, just contact me here to discuss it: [email protected]

I also founded and run a support forum for people on the spectrum, so please head over and sign up! http://www.asperclick.com/

Love Willow

http://www.willowhope.com

http://www.facebook.com/willowhopepage

Thanks for your continued support guys!

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Kmov.com: Easter bunny visits St. Louis area malls for sensory-friendly event

Kmov.com: Easter bunny visits St. Louis area malls for sensory-friendly event

ST. CHARLES COUNTY (KMOV.com) –

Children with special needs got to visit with the Easter Bunny on Sunday. Mid Rivers Mall, St. Claire Square, South County Center, and West County Center teamed up with Autism Speaks for the sensory friendly event.                

Parents Leah and Scott Kornucik know sometimes, family outings

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Sizzlin' Saturdays – Let's talk about Sex baby!! Thanks to Naughty Nora! Week 1

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Sizzlin' Saturdays – Let's talk about Sex baby!! Thanks to Naughty Nora! Week 1

Catch Up Week 1

What memory do you have, the one you re-visit and find yourself grinning to, of your earliest sensual experience? What is the most common fantasy that plays out in your mind which brings you to orgasm? What is one act, that unsolicited, you’d like your lover to do to you during sex?

1. To be honest I really do not have one. The first time I had sex at

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- Sizzlin' Saturdays – Let's talk about Sex baby!! Thanks to Naughty Nora!

Blog:The Secret Aspie- Sizzlin' Saturdays – Let's talk about Sex baby!! Thanks to Naughty Nora!

Thanks to Naughty Nora for the Sizzlin Saturdays and Sayyidsgirl “double daring” me, lol. I am posting my answers to Sizzlin Saturdays but it will be so boring compared to everyone else but here goes:

Sizzlin’ Saturdays Weekly Writing Prompt- Week 2

What is a sure-fire way for your partner to get you in “the mood”. Where is the most unusual or kinkiest place you have ever fooled around/had sex? Describe the most embarrassing moment

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Blog:The Secret Aspie- The giggling Cuckoldress

Blog:The Secret Aspie- The giggling Cuckoldress

Another night of terrible sleep, it has been hard to concentrate on studying, I am off to the library today for the free wifi and hopefully a full day of study. I have to say though when the weather is uncomfortably warm at night I cannot sleep and when I do it is not deep enough, I skirt around the edges and I am still aware that I am thinking constantly.

Mainly about

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Lep.co.uk: Ex-Navy gunner turns swimsuit model

Lep.co.uk: Ex-Navy gunner turns swimsuit model

A former Royal Navy gunner who overcame depression in the wake of her mother’s death is using her new-found self-confidence to compete in a national beauty contest.

Kayleigh Lucas, a 26-year-old carer and student from Bamber Bridge, is hoping to make the finals of the Miss Swimsuit UK competition

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Leaderpost.com: Kellie Garrett to talk leadership, autism and an open mind at RPL TEDx event

Leaderpost.com: Kellie Garrett to talk leadership, autism and an open mind at RPL TEDx event

When Kellie Garrett’s son was diagnosed with autism, she realized she “had had quite a narrow view of what life was like for a person with a disability.”

Walter and Brenda Garrett were “sort of hippie-dippies,” Kellie Garrett said fondly of her parents.

They had “friends of every colour

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