Archive for October 2010

Part II. Autism, The World Series, and Me: An Anniversary

 I have been a White Sox fan my entire life. I grew up at the old Comiskey Park. I turned 16 during the summer of 1979. It was the summer of the player-manager, Disco Demolition, and my name in lights on Diamond Vision. “Happy Sweet 16, Lynn Hudoba.” It doesn’t get any better than that.... Read more »

Autism, The World Series, and Me: An Anniversary

Today is the 5th anniversary of the day that I realized that Audrey had autism.  It wasn’t the day that we received an official diagnosis, but the day that I knew.  To commemorate this auspicious occasion, I’m posting an excerpt from my never-gonna-be-published book.  Today is Part I, which tells the story of the ton of bricks that fell on my... Read more »

Summer 2010 in Review: Fishing at Lake Wal-Mart

I guess it’s getting a little late in the year to be talking about the “Summer in Review”, so this will be the last of these entries.  The last day of camp was to be Fishing Day at Constitution Park.  I’d never heard of that park.  I assumed that they must be talking about Barth... Read more »