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Tales Of An Educated Debutante

on life, loss and the joy that rules the day.


The future is far away and scary, but today is lovely.

Adrian H. Wood, PhD



Thursday, December 15, 2016 Adrian Wood Comments (1)

My name is Amos.

This is my friend Cecelia.

I used to go to her house two days every week and play with her and her nanny.

I miss her since I've gone to big boy school.

Only Cecelia and my mom call me by my nickname, Amy.

I can't say her name, but it doesn't matter.

Tonight we ran around and ate cookies together.

I have special needs, but she doesn't care one bit.

We helped each other be brave and sit on Santa's lap.

He wasn't so scary after all.

Life has a way of being like that, my mom says.

Thank you, God, for friends like Cecelia.

Anonymous commented on 15-Dec-2016 07:26 PM
What a fabulous journey these two continue to take! She'll want his new "speech device" ... he may just give it to her as she obviously loves this guy. ❤️Moi

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