“Every soul is perfect” – Is there autism in heaven? (Redux)

Last December, I ended a post with the following question: If there is indeed a heaven, and our autistic children go there when they die, will they still be autistic? The answer, according to the writers of the CBS show Ghost Whisperer is an unambiguous “NO.” In case you’re not familiar with the show, it […]

Speaking of kids and their achievements…

One of my hobbies / interests is video production, though production may be too strong a word. Basically, I’m trying to put together the Miller family story using years and years of home video. As the kids have gotten older, I’ve also been documenting their various activities and achievements. iMovie has been my editor of […]

Congrats to the Robohobos

Each fall, middle and high schools from several states gather together for a friendly robotics competition. BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) Robotics puts on this competition with the goal of increasing student’s interest in (you guessed it) engineering, science, and technology. This past Saturday, schools from Missouri and Illinois gathered at St. Louis University […]

Ask the expert (but make sure he is the right one!)

A current advertising campaign for Longhorn Steakhouse has people asking an expert various questions. The problem is they are asking questions (usually of a personal or relationship nature) of an expert from a different area (in this case, a steakhouse chef). While it makes for a bit of humor, and a way for the chef […]