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  • Deacon Dan Wright serves the Diocese of Austin, Texas. His work outside the parish is as a special education teacher serving students with significant cognitive disabilities.



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February 01, 2007


marco frisbee

Now that's a telling pic! We dealt with a broken dishwasher during the Christmas season. We had the Big Meal on plastic, to the delight of our guests, who didn't feel guilty tossing the plates in the trash.
The not-too-cooperative repairman wanted to blame everyone and anyone for the problem except the manufacturer (bad circuit board), then he left behind a dime bag on my floor!

Needless to say, I can relate a bit...


I'll keep your son in prayer, DDW - how sweet. As parent but also as r.e. teacher I helped ready a few years' worth of children for this wonderful sacrament (which of course underlined for me even more its need and grace), and it's a rewarding age group. But I'm guessing one must approach everything differently for a child with autism?


Hmm..did you mean Friday of this year?

I pray all is well


Sigh. I guess we just have to accept the fact that dd has a life. Sigh. Feels like when I don't get enough caffeine.


:-) It's nice when folks have lives.

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