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Sunday, November 7, 2010

Inch worm

Yesterday, at Walk Now for Autism Speaks, I was able to introduce a lot of people to Texas Parent-to-Parent, and that was very gratifying. More gratifying was that some people had heard of TxP2P already. Our concerted outreach effort is making progress.

Most gratifying was that some people already knew about my book. That wasn't part of the promo package yesterday, but when people would ask about the play-dough, I'd direct them to the recipe (in anticipation of the question I'd already posted it, just a bit lower on this blog) and the book would come up.

Just like raising Sam, progress is made inch by inch.

1 comment:

  1. What impressed me most about the autism walk was the walk itself. No three-day thing to train for, no overnight marathon to recruit all your friends to help with, just one lap around the ballpark and call it good.

    Done by lunchtime.

    We parents of brave hearts know how to git 'er done.