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Life with autism has been a long, bumpy ride so far. We have lots of good times, bad times, and plenty of ugly times. It’s not all bad, and it’s not all good, but it’s mostly good and mostly bad.
Yes, I have a very, very, very large vocabulary.
What am I talking about, you ask?
Well, today, a little girl was being taken to see her father in jail for something he didn’t do. She was very sad. She was hysterical and crying. She couldn’t understand why daddy wasn’t coming home with them and she had nobody to comfort her.
When she got in the car to go to the jail, she laid her head on my lap. She was crying and screaming. I rubbed her back and gently talked to her. She finally calmed down and said she was thirsty and needed a drink. I gave her a bottle. She calmed down a bit.
She asked me a few questions about what was going on and she said the next time daddy got out of jail they were going to bring him home. She said she would take me in and tell her mother and mother would know what to do.
I told her I didn’t know what was going on, but that daddy was in jail and that was why we were there. I said, I was going to try to find a phone and see if I could get him on the phone. She said no, daddy wasn’t in trouble anymore.
She said she wanted to go home, but she had to wait for mommy and daddy to bring daddy home. Then we would go home together.
I told her no, I was not going home with her. She wanted to go home with her mommy and daddy. She said her mommy was at the store and she needed to get something for her. I told her I would stay with her. I said I would be a good friend.
She said okay and we sat in the car for the next 15 minutes. She was very quiet and didn’t really want to talk. 0b46394aab