In July of 2006, we moved to Bham from small town Arkansas, where I had spent most of my life. It was a huge change for me. I did what I could to manage it with a smile and a sense of adventure but I’ll still never forget my sense of being overwhelmed when we turned that corner on I-20 and was faced with my first view of this beautiful city. It took my breath away, and still does, any time, day or night.
Part of the purpose of this blog is to centrally locate Birmingham and Alabama disability and autism resources that I’ve found are helpful. This is for people with disabilities and their caregivers to be able to locate services here. It’s not easy being new, and sometimes you get a little lost along the way.
It is also to be a chronicle of our daily adventures, a place for my kids to learn basic coding skills, and a good place to put recipes that we like. Because we homeschool, we love free things, so can perhaps put some great freebies here as well.
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