LOVE HAS NO LIMITS series!

Our presence in our relatives’ lives exerts a variety of influences…

The majority is positive as we all learn to handle, address, enjoy, discover, try to understand the diagnosis of autism and its nuances.

Our move to Tennessee has brought forth intense emotions and the reaffirmation that changes keep life vibrant – even when the challenges remain.

My brother is an example of facing the music and finding delight in life and all the love we have towards each other. He opened the doors to his life to us… wanting to be a part of Thomais’ growth and positive influences. As the days pass, the reaffirmation that the love of family has no limits is clearer than ever.

Charlie is an innate artist. Even at this stage of his life where his vision can be problematic (he does not distinguish colors!!).

And Thomais’ pace, flow, way of doing things inspire him to create a series of paintings called

LOVE HAS NO LIMITS!

Ballerinas move and flow in a space and the movement produces hearts.

This is how we decide to go about life.

We’ll move.

We’ll flow.

We’ll keep producing hearts and loving without limits.

 

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A bit about me: Yadira V. Calderon has been eating, breathing, sleeping, challenging and accepting autism for the past five years. She is a dedicated warrior, advocate, radio talk show host, director of short films and author of the soon to be published – Autism: The Happy Kingdom. She holds a M.A. International Relations and Diplomacy, speaks three languages and has lived in six countries, having traveled to another twenty-seven. Her friends know she is determined, persistent, positive, creative, open-minded and realistic, she believes these attributes prepared her to become the mother of eight year-old Thomais. Yadira has worked as Editor for Trade Publications – Meat and Baking industries; Logistics- Cement Industry; Part-time Professor in China; and Teacher Assistant in 3 middle schools – ESE classrooms. Presently, she provides support to an adult with special needs and works in a retail store.

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