Just finished Martha's project from Sunday at SAL: a cute vintage wall hanging!! Hers was called Out on a Whim but I changed the title into Not just any girl!
On the photo I used for this wall hanging I'm about 6 or 7 years old. It's around that age I got confused about who I was. I wasn't sure that I was loved because I wasn't feeling happy at home nor at school. I got the impression that I wasn't okay like the way I was, that I had to change to be excepted by my parents, the school teacher, the other kids ....
If only I'd had a person in my life that would have said right then: You're not just any girl, you're unique and your special just as you are!
I called the company he works for and made a complaint about his behavior. I almost never complain but this time I feel a great injustice is done to me and my son!
Then I got even more confused because I learned that my son could be picked up even later (like 7.40 am) because he arrives way to early at school (between 8 and 8.10 am) and has to wait untill 8.45 am before classes start (which is way to long for a boy with autism like my son!!). Yesterday the driver told me that he wanted to be at school around 8 am to avoid the traffic jams. But today I found out that that is not a reason for a driver to pick up the children that early! The guy I spoke to on the phone is going to have a conversation with the driver and is phoning me back later today or this weekend. The driver will probably hate me from now on, but I don't care, as long as he's not projecting his anger on my son and make his stay in the cab miserable (some drivers do that!!). Big sigh!