We survived spring break, our getaway to Boston, the Accessibility Summit, and even saying good bye to my best friend (from college) who is moving to Panama. It was a busy month! Here are more details about the highlights:
- We stayed at home for Spring Break but did enjoy going Memorial Park in Houston to walk the trails and take some pics and videos for future projects. It was a fun but not stressful at all week. The best kind!
- Lee and I visited Boston for a couple days (just the two of us!). We stayed in an Air B&B in the North End and had great food and saw some fun historical sites. We had never been to Boston before and really enjoyed it, even if it was much colder than we’re used to now!
- We went from Boston to outside of Washington D.C. for Accessibility Summit where we did a break out session on 8 Outreach Events to Target and Bless Special-Needs Families. We sold out of copies of our book Held and met other who had done it as a group Bible study and enjoyed it. That’s so fun to hear! We also met people involved in disability ministry and care from around the country and enjoyed learning from them.
- I added some new books to my finished list, including The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon, Passenger by Alexandra Bracken, King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard, and None Like Him by Jen Wilkin. You can see all the books I’ve read in 2017 on my editing site.
And now we turn the calendar page to April, one of my favorite months! And one that keeps me pretty busy as we spread autism awareness. If you haven’t heard about what will be happening here on the blog in April, you can watch the video below.
In April we’ll also be celebrating Easter with our small church plant group and The Way of Life Church that we’ve been meeting with. Lee and David are in a new play and will be busy with rehearsals. We’re going to attempt to go low carb again so we feel healthier heading into the upcoming summer season. It should be a fun month!