Life is not without its challenges but also full of blessings. When I hear my son's laughter all those challenges temporarily fade away: and when I think of the unconditional love that we share, I realize what a precious gift that has been bestowed upon me in this lifetime in which I had never imagined would be so magnificent. The one thing that I am sure to tell him every day is that I love him and that he is exactly the way he was meant to be created..He is PERFECT!
Griffin dressed as Snoopy's "The Flying Ace" he told me as he was on the computer playing the music and watching the video.
Saturday we went to the next city over where there was a YMCA festival for the whole family celebrating fitness and health. Griffin actually got on this bungy (I don't know how to spell it) jumper and had a blast. He wanted to go again but the line was so very long and my feet were hurting so badly because we had been there so long already, it was all I could handle. I had hoped that he would interact with the children there but he wasn't interested. He did say that he had a lot of fun though.
This is Griffin's M&M's masterpiece on his scribble pad. He is so amazing that he can literally scribble out his creations in seconds and I know that if he took just a few more minutes of time that they would not look any different than those of professional commercial artist. I think that he just has a hard time focusing for longer than a few seconds and he gets bored easily.
This is Griffin's Godmother, Vicky, she is a beautiful soul and loves Griffin dearly. Her dear husband Wayne has kidney cancer and we were at a benefit at Etowah Volunteer Fire Station to help raise money to pay for his medical expenses 2 weeks ago. Griffin loves Vicky and always enjoys seeing her and being around her, he really responds well to her because she works with special needs individuals and she was just born with that special something that someone needs in their heart to communicate love and understanding to a special needs child/adult. We don't get to see her very often because she lives about 30 miles away and she has her own family to cope with and work but it just makes our time together that much more extraordinary. We are truly blessed to have her in our lives, I have no reservations that if something happened to me that Griffin would be in very safe and happy hands with her...she would see to it that he would thrive to the best of his ability.