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Tonight I Saw Something Wonderful

Published on 6/9/2012
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Tonight I saw something wonderful. I say my son play the best baseball game ever. When my son first started baseball in March of this year I was so upset at the time it would take up. Then I thought of my Autistic son. How hard it would be to keep him settled down somewhere. My son displays many symptons of Autism. He is 11 and still can't speak. He gets very frustrated and lashes out and smacks someone. He will also be right there with you one minute and gone the next second. He is considered a flight risk and is even registered that way in town we live in. So needless to say I am uneasy taking him places. He does get outside to play and goes to school everyday. We just try hard not to have to take him around the public when we don't need to. It sounds awful but if you were in my shoes you would understand why. I will save that for another blog. I was also very upset at the time it would take from my work and all the emails I won't get out and all the blogs I won't get to write. It is after all my job. Right? My husband would take him to his practice and I would just stay home and care for my son and do my work. So on game days my son really wanted me to be there so I tried to do it just for him. It drove me crazy every game I was at getting smacked by my son every second. I knew nobody and all they did was stare at my son. And I spent most of the game watching from my truck. My son just got tired of being there and acted up so much he tried to hit a lady in the head. So I stoped going to a few games after that with fear of what my son would do next. My other boy was new at baseball anyhow and was rarely put in the game so why should I be there and go through all that. The fear of my son hitting someone. On opening day when the practice games were done my son hit his first ball of the season and set up the bases for a 4 run homer. I was so proud. Then I started going to a few games again and still having the same trouble. By this time however I had mad a couple friends that understood what was wrong with my son. Including the lady he tried to hit in the head. But I still stoped going to night games and would only go to Saturday games where there was a playground for my son to have fun in. This way it keeps him calmer. Everytime I did go I was building better relationships with the other players families. This week was especially busy with games. There were 4 in one week and I had to take him to them all because my husband was working late all week. I even had to be there an hour earlier for practice which was very annoying to me because I had to cut my work short and my son would have to endure being there even longer. Night games are harder because they are away where there is no playground. So my first night was hard and the second night my son stayed home with his grandparents and tried sneak out so many times on them. They didn't want to watch him again that week with fear that he could get out on them. It was better that I bring him and he hit someone than for him to run away from home. Into 10 acres of woods or a really busy road. Tonight was the greatest game of all my son took one for the team and got hit in the arm on purpose so he could get walked. He set up bases loaded and 4 runs scored and everyone was telling him how much of a great job he did. He got up to bat so many times that night and did so well he was the star of the show. Everyone cheering him on. It was so cool. To my amazement my son was cheering his brother on. Clapping and making all kinds of noises and instead of people looking at him they were all smiling and lauhing along with him. Even the players were smiling at him. It was such a good feeling. When the game was over I asked the lady that my son almost whacked in the head how far she lived from here and it turns out she's right down the street from me. So I handed her my business card and offered her to call me if she needed help one day with her kids. They could come over and hang out with us cause I'm always home if she ever needed me. She was so grateful to hear that. She looked at my card and said what do you do. I said I'm a Network Marketer for a few different business. Her reply to me was "Shut the Front Door" Needless to say I had a great time and the bad part about it now is there are just a few more games. I am so proud of both my sons tonight and look forward to getting out with them more. As soon as I build my businesses to infinity I will enjoy alot more time with my family. These are my sons http://lb.vg/wU486 http://lb.vg/9A6o2
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