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November 04, 2009

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Linda Jacobs

Not a chosen road

The road chooses you

I love the above line. It is so true! Beautiful poem!

Therese Broderick

I think the quotes in this poem serve as emotional markers -- from joy to the pain of autism to the love that is unconditional upon all children. Thank you again for your emotional bravery.

Matthew

My firstborn is a big sister, too, and while the road that chose her (love that line) isn't quite the same, she is travelling it with the same joy and nurturing spirit. As an only child myself, it's fascinating and beautiful for me to watch their relationship develop!

"I love them so much" -- that says it all, doesn't it?

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