My son Jan's education has taken an unfortunate turn for the worse: he was diagnosed with PDD-NOS and has just been rejected by the school we chose for him with such great care. The subsequent emotional turmoil has done nothing for my intellect!

When I went for my Thursday run, to get rid off some excess adrenaline, suddenly my mp3-player didn't work anymore. I kept pushing the volume button, but instead of Johnny Cash, silence greeted me.

'That all I need!' I mumbled angrily and tried to determine what was wrong with the stupid thing.
Then I felt something in my neck: my earphones.
I'ld forgotten to put them on...



ShutUpandRun said...

Sorry to hear about your son. My nephew has PDD-NOS too.

I am LOL about your headphones. Too funny.

kara said...

Hey, I listen to Johnny Cash too.
Except I find my self singing out loud ; )

Veronica Lee said...

I feel your pain. I hope things will work out for your son soon.

modern mom said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your son but I had to laugh about the earphone. :)

Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

nipsy said...

Oh no, it was one of "those"days for you.. Have a better weekend, and congrats on the 13 k running, keep it up.

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

Hilarious about the headphones. I think I've most probably done that more than once.

And what's PDD-NOS? Inquiring minds want to know.

Shari @ A Psych Mommy said...

I'm new to your blog, but I just read this post about being rejected by the school--are they rejecting him because he has a diagnosis of PDD-NOS?

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