A good friend and supporter sent me an email the other day after reading the diary and stated how he likes that the kids celebrate what they can do instead of worry about what they cannot do. That statement is so true and is exactly how I see the kids act most of the time. Their attitudes dealing with dystonia makes our lives easier.
Tyler was able to get into his baseball game yesterday. His coach gave him a new glove to use on his right hand so he played right field. My mother was in town for a few days so she was able to see the games. Samantha and Luke also came and watched (Luke just ran around).
My mother and I are at the beach for a few days and Luke asked if he could go with us. When I explained to Luke that he could not go with us because he had school, Luke said, "no Dad, I am going to cut school." I asked where he heard about cutting school(naturally I figured his mother taught him that) but he said he learned it from tv.