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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Phone Calls......

He has been without CLS help for
     He has been without CLS help for a few days and has been demanding a lot of attention. His uncle helped him for a while today. He really hates being alone.
   He called while I was in a an appointment with my oncologist and while I was at the Y working out.  I returned his calls when I was leaving. He wanted me to come to his place but I explained to him that I had a stressful day and needed to go home. He called repeatedly into the evening asking me to remind Larry to call him, which I did. He thought Larry was deliberately ignoring his calls because they went directly to voice mail, but his phone battery had died. I asked him to call him with my phone, which he did and I explained to Tim the battery issue.
  We both forget to charge our phones at night on occasion and they run out of power the next day. I can charge mine in the van or at home but Larry can't re-charge his if he's on the bus in the evening. Tim does not think about those things. Just like he did not think about calling even though he knew I was at the Y and would not have my phone on me or when I was in the doctor's office and turned my ringer off.  Such is Asberger's Syndrome.

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Hi, I am Teri West, a wife, retired home schooling mom, 2nd year breast cancer survivor, crafter, musician, and primitive artist living and working in Kentuckiana, (the Louisville, KY and S. Indiana area). My family heritage is in the hills of Eastern Kentucky and Southern Ohio. I grew up in Louisville, Ky and attended Eastern KY University and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, graduating with degrees from both in education. I married in 1979 and have three grown children, one a degreed artist, one a techie/artist, and an autistic one, a photographic artist. Hubby is a techie. I work out of my home creating primitive items for friends, family, and you. My loves are American folk music, primitive crafting, and American folk art which all emanate from my devotion to my faith, family and friends. I belong to the Louisville Dulcimer Society and I play mountain dulcimer, guitar, violin, native flute, tin whistle, bowed psaltry, and ukelele as well.