Monthly Archives: March 2011

Writing with Nate (Instead of About Him)

One of Nate’s upcoming school assignments is a biographical paper, 3-5 pages long for Intro to Mass Media. He needed to come up with an influential figure in media and, of course, honed right in on Walt Disney. His professor … Continue reading

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The Rest of the Story

How to get all of Nate’s story (and mine) consumes my thoughts. I have a growing list of people I want to talk to, therapists, aides, teachers, that can give me the side of the story I don’t know. Sometimes … Continue reading

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In Praise of Video Games

Much of Nate’s free time is spent creating works of art (which I’ve posted before) of shopping centers done in colored pencil. The rest is spent playing videos games, or watching game play on You Tube. I’ve always been a … Continue reading

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End of the Line?

Limits. I’ve always said, to myself and others, that I place no limits on Nate, that we’ll know them when they come. It’ll all become clear, I thought, so why put up artificial barriers. In my heart, I knew, and … Continue reading

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Studying Mass Media

After a few less than passing grades, Nate and I are back to our old ways of studying together. This time it’s for Intro to Mass Media, and for the last couple of days we’ve been reading through printed out … Continue reading

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