Thank You.

I’m not really sure how to follow up my last post here. Especially because what I was planning to write about before I showed up at parent-teacher conferences and started thinking big thoughts was my mice. And that doesn’t seem like the way to follow what is without question my most well-received and one of my most important posts ever.

I like to think that I give you all whiplash here. You never know what you’re going to get. Deep thoughts on neurodiversity? Maybe a picture of a mouse? Who knows! Stay on your toes!

What I guess I think is the most important thing to say here is thank you. Thank you for all your kind words and emails and tweets and comments and shares on Facebook. Hearing how much this post resonated with you, both within and outside of the autism community, means so much. It gives me hope.  It makes me think that maybe we really can shape the world to accommodate square pegs.

So, from my overwhelmed (in the best possible way) and entirely full heart: Thank you.

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