Tag Archives: Lincolnshire

In His Honor

I’d already been to Chicago twice this year for Split Season:1981 related media, so when Nate started  announcing at the end of July that we would be going back for a week in August, “in honor of his 25th birthday,” … Continue reading

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Late Night Drive

Nate and I hit the road for Albany late last night, leaving Cooperstown at 11 PM to pick Karen up at the airport. She’d been in Santa Monica the last week, avoiding all the snow. Nate and I hung out … Continue reading

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New in Chicago (2013 according to Nate)

Nate asked me to write a post about our recent trip to Chicago. I thought to myself, “Why doesn’t he write it?” and asked him to. He semi-enthusiastically agreed. 2013 turned out to be a good year of new changes … Continue reading

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We’re (Always) On the Eve of Destruction

Impulse control is not a tool in Nate’s arsenal. He’s a man-cub who spontaneously lives his every thought, whether he’s verbally spouting whatever comes to mind in a torrential stream of consciousness that would make Joyce proud or he’s coming … Continue reading

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Nate’s Masterwork

When we were doing our first renovation at our old house in Lincolnshire, a two-story add-on of an all-season sunroom and a doubling of our master bedroom at 302 Carlisle Lane, Nate was almost, or just, five years old. He was already … Continue reading

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Missing Out?

My editor directed me to Lisa Quinones’ blog Autism Wonderland (now linked to on your right). Catching up on it this morning, I came across this: Lisa observes her son in numerous social situations and his inability to engage in … Continue reading

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Chicago Trip

Every year we go to Chicago to visit old friends and see the new restaurants, stores and, of course, bathrooms, that Nate has been keeping his eye on during the previous 12 months. Trips are usually accompanied with developmental leaps and, … Continue reading

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