Autimism: Autism Through a Photographer’s Lens

Em's Journey Em Loves Animals Learning to Embrace Confidence She Always Needs Her Brother and Family By Jennifer Marie Dirks BLOG FACEBOOK **Conquer for Conner and Geek Club Books have produced Autimism: Positive for a Change, in joint effort with The Autism Society in tribute to Autism Awareness Month from April 1 through April 30. a Rafflecopter giveaway With a network of affiliates across the United States, the Autism Society is the nation's leading grassroots autism organization. Their mission is to increase … [Read more...]

Autimism: Through a Photographer’s Lens

Eye Contact...Priceless By Michael G Wade Photography WEBSITE FACEBOOK **Conquer for Conner and Geek Club Books have produced Autimism: Positive for a Change, in joint effort with The Autism Society in tribute to Autism Awareness Month from April 1 through April 30. a Rafflecopter giveaway With a network of affiliates across the United States, the Autism Society is the nation's leading grassroots autism organization. Their mission is to increase public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the … [Read more...]

The Weekend
“Wake Up Inertia!”

I never want to feel set in my ways. Locked into habits. Never growing. Never learning. Never changing. It's so easy for me to fall into the same old patterns and suddenly wake up in a rut. Feeling the stupor of inertia. "Just move a pinky," I tell myself. "Take one action...do one activity...that's outside the box you're in." My daughter Molly. My wellspring of creative inspiration. My beau ideal who dares to live her dream. I admire her fearless pursuits in spite of her fears. This weekend she traveled to Southern California to perform … [Read more...]

Everyone Matters Campaign: I Saw Him

I thought it was time to expand my skill set, learn something new. So I signed up for a digital photography class through our local community center. “Maybe I can finally get out of auto mode,” I said to myself as I clicked to register. After learning camera basics for a few weeks, our instructor scheduled a night shoot. We all met downtown at the train station just before dusk. We are all amateurs —an elderly chap whose wife is a former Broadway actress, the second grade school teacher and her best friend, the nice guy who sat next to me in … [Read more...]