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>we went for our interview with the Glasgow Steiner School yesterday. The most amazing thing about it is that laurie says he feels 10/10 about it. He has not felt 10/10 about anything for as long as I can remember!!!!!

We use numbers to guage feelings because it is the best way for laurie to explain how he feels about something and I know his scaling system so well that I can accurately guage what his reaction to something is. (Is that a split infinative – I know I do them alot).

to boldly go…..

anyway Tim had a good old laugh at the interview because they said that laurie wasn’t allowed to watch TV or play computers!!!!!!! he said my expression was priceless…

alert alert – this is boy who is learning german, chess , geography and history online. This is the boy who takes digital photos, manipulates them and makes art!!!

so on the one hand we have 10/10 and on the other we have – change this family forever!!!!

we’ll try it anyway….

Tim said that I looked so shocked bacause I wouldn’t be able to spend so much time on flickr!!!!

So did I get my new camera lens for my birthday or did I get a book.

Hey I got a book

but so funny – the book is about the psychology of internet addiction. I think he’s trying to tell me something!!!!!

this one is called only shine

only shine
I only shine
with you
you see
the reflection of yourself
mirrored between the two


  • Joker The Lurcher
    Posted at 18:40h, 09 June Reply

    >glad the school got the thumbs up! i have a friend whose daughter has to be the only person to be excluded from a steiner school. she (the daughter) is one of owen’s friends from babyhood and is a real character. maybe she got excluded because of watching telly…

    seriously – sounds really positive. they are great schools from what people say.

  • Lou McGill
    Posted at 13:05h, 10 June Reply

    >I’ve read of some successes and some failures with this kind of education for kids with autism – so not sure if it will work. we’ll give it a go. haven’t heard back yet!

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