Monday, November 30, 2009

What an awesome holiday weekend!

I managed to badly sprain my back just in time for Thanksgiving. So, I haven't been able to move much, and have been a tiny bit grumpy. I was worried how Michael would handle things, and have been very, very impressed.

Saturday the three of us went to cranio. Steve had an appt first, so Michael and I had an hour to kill in the waiting room. I was really worried he would act out and I wouldn't be able to keep him in the waiting room until his appointment. (In the past, my not feeling well was a great cue to take advantage) Not this time! Michael sat nicely on the couch and played with his Leapster and Twist n Shout math game. He even interacted with people as they came and went. Very, very impressed!

Sunday I asked Michael if he wanted to learn a new game with me. He actually let me teach him how to play dominoes, and picked it up incredibly quickly. But, what I love the most is how much of a good sport he is. He didn't try to manipulate the rules so he could win, and was genuinely happy for me when I won. I was so proud of him!

Overall he had a great holdiay. I know he missed school, and was anxious to go back this morning, but it was nice to just spend some time with him. I wish I had been feeling better to enjoy it more, but I definitely got the impression that he was looking out for me since he knew I wasn't feeling well. I know he still has a long road ahead of him, but each step seems to be getting more comfortable, and more confident!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

I try not to beg for money very often, but these two brothers really make my heart ache. If ten people would just loan $20 each, their loan would be funded before thanksgiving. This is a VERY short term loan - you would have your money back in 6 months. Just think of the impact you would have on their lives and the tiny impact it would have on your own wallet. If you have anything to be grateful for this year, please consider making a loan for these sweet boys!

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Is the truth finally coming out???

Please read this article... sound, reproducible science, from an unbiased party!!!!

How does time get away from me?

It seems like the last couple weeks have just flown by. Part of it is that Steve and I took a mini-vacation for a couple days, part of it is that we're just really busy trying to keep everything together. But, hopefully, things are looking up.

Michael has been doing amazingly well. Many kids get angry with their parents when they come back from time away. Michael was so happy to see us, wanted to be hugged and kissed right away, and even asked us how our trip was. I was so shocked by the question and happy with the hugs! He was great for Dan while we were gone, and even did well in school. I guess he really is getting much more flexible.

We are keeping up with HANDLE, cranio, enhansa, and isotonix. I really think the combination, along with other general nutritional support is just helping Michael get stronger and stronger. And, taller and taller. Tonight I have to see how tall he is. It seems like he grew at least an inch while we were gone!

Today I am hoping to reclaim the kitchen, and maybe I can get a helper.. wish me luck!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Desiree's Story - Vaccine Injury, Biomedical Healing!

We are so used to hearing that regression following childhood immunizations is just 'coincidental' and that the the autism was there all along. Now, as horrible as this is for Desiree to have to experience, at least she is able to put into words what so many of our children experience, and can't express. I am so happy to be able to post the second video, showing the dramatic improvement biomedical treatment can bring about. I wish every child hurt by a vaccine could get the same results!!!

Desiree After Receiving Seasonal Flu Shot:

Desiree AFTER Biomed Treatments:

A badly needed laugh!!!!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Happy Cinco de Linco!!!

I just wanted to remind everyone that today is Cinco de Linco at Lend for Health. A lot of us have really tight funding and don't think that we can make a difference. But, when we get together, we can make a HUGE difference, one child at a time.

I *REALLY* want to see Gabriel & Christopher's loan funded. These two kids are in so much pain, they need relief, NOW. Please, if you can give up one fast food meal to help them, I would really, really appreciate it.

Every little bit helps!!!!