Constantly Constant

Sometimes I want to run away from constantly being constant.

That’s how I explain Autism in a nutshell. Our journey.

It’s a constant: constantly changing. Constantly up and down. Constantly researching. Constantly educating. Constantly advocating. Constantly helping. Constantly trying to keep up. Constantly trying to keep my head above water. Constantly testing my patience. Constantly strengthening my faith in God. Constantly reminding me to slow down. Constantly chaotic. Constantly blessed. Even in the constantly hard times….we are constantly blessed.

2 thoughts on “Constantly Constant

  1. Hi Ken draw. I read your article on losing yourself as a special needs parent. It was an article from a few years ago. I am a mom for 2 kids with autism and dyspraxia. They are young 5 and 7 years old. I am in Ireland. I just felt compelled to comment on your honest and open article it was the best ever written and relatable article I have read, well done and thank you. It was very helpful to me as a mom.


    • Hi Grainne! Thank you so much for your kinds words. I am happy to know that my words spoke to you. That is my hope in sharing my journey with anyone who stumbles across my page. My son is 11 and also has Dyspraxia. It is a daily struggle for him, but all we can do is try. I am also on Facebook at Blessed With the Scenic Route. It is a safe space to come for support and relatability. Thank you again for your comment! God bless. 🙂 ❤


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