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1 Pascha - Thank You, Lord!
2 Bunny and Egg Fun Day
12 Drop Everything and Read Day - We need no encouragement in this observance!
14 Poem in Your Pocket Day - Memorize and recite a short poem
17 Haiku Day - Read several examples with the youngsters and write a few of our own
22 Earth Day - Enjoy a picnic lunch at a park that we have never been to before
23 Shakespeare Day - Enjoy Chess Pie and perform a speech
30 Eeyore’s Birthday - Have some fun (Poohsticks, perhaps?) with a family member of melancholy temperament (We don't celebrate naughtily: Austin, Texas, I'm looking at you!)
The entire month is Autism Awareness month. I have been learning more about Autism, and I encourage all of you to learn more, too. I have been concentrating on books; however, the Wikipedia page on Autism will give a helpful overview. If you know a mother who has a child or children with Autism, why not do something kind for her?
The FBI Nobody Knows - Fred J. Cook
Always and Forever, Lara Jean - Jenny Han
Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew - Ellen Notbohm
I am happy to report that the major causes of my health problems have been identified. Please continue to pray for us as I will be searching for an appropriate and safe place for us to live. I pray for all my gentle readers every day (even a certain ex-boyfriend visitor who is not a fascinating woman, let me tell you!).
Hugs and love!