Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Best Laid Plans

Karen, Elise, and I took Nate for a meeting with his inspirational professor/adviser, Margrethe Lauber. It was, and still is a beautiful day – sunny, warm, more summer than spring and uncertainly not winter. Walking the campus of SUNY-Cobleskill with … Continue reading

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Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear

There it is. In about eight weeks, Nate Katz will be a college graduate. The next couple of months are poised to be some of the most exciting of our 21 year adventure. Karen and I will meet with Nate’s … Continue reading

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Tag, You’re It

I was reading an entry on Cafemom.com about whether hyperlexia was autism. Seems like this mom was told her twins couldn’t be hyperlexic AND autistic at the same time. This “serious” assessment was made by her new physician’s assistant and, though … Continue reading

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“In life’s uncertain voyage, I will some kindness do them”

There’s an unedited joy that comes from the people who know Nate – schoolmates, teachers, acquaintances – when they hear of his successes. He’s that type of kid, a person who truly amazes others and leaves a smile on their faces. … Continue reading

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