Bonus points (and my respect 🙂 ) to anyone who knows what the title is from.
It has been awfully quiet around the old blog, here, lately, I know. It is not intentional. Life sometimes has a way of overpowering even the best of intentions. It was mentioned to me on more than one occasion, that this blog could stand to have a little more of my personality, my voice, show through. For several years I had a personal blog that I kept, that was a lot easier to write. I didn’t have to walk the fine line between too professional and too personal. This blog is a bit different and I am still finding my way. I am going to break from the norm and give a small peek into the more personal side of Melodee Tonti Photography.
My favorite color is brown, and if I could only eat one foood for the rest of my life, it would probably be ice cream. I hate most commercials, people who stand too close when they talk to you, and when the underwire in my bra pokes into me. Wait, wait…that is not the kind of personal stuff I was talking about sharing…..although it is all true. What I meant to share was this…..
This is my son, Matthew…
Matthew is funny, intelligent, and energetic.
He tells made up jokes, and laughs at anything fart related.
He likes cats, and wants to be a pilot.
Matthew has Asperger’s Syndrome.
Asperger’s Syndrome is on the autistic spectrum. You can read more about it by clicking here. Aside from the daily challenges that living with Asperger’s Syndrome can bring, Matthew also goes through patches where times are rougher for him than others. Sometimes they are really rough. We are right in the middle of one of those times at the moment. Getting to this blog is just something that has had to be put on the back burner. I will be back to posting regularly again very soon, as I have sneak peeks that will be ready to share…But! In the mean time, in the next day or two, I will have some images from an awesome guest to share with you, so check back for that!
Matthew is a wonderful and amazing child, who most likely good many of hus good qualities from his mother. 🙂
You forgot to mention how much you love to hug. So, next time I see you, I will stand really close when I talk to you and hug you so hard that your bra wire pokes into your skin. That’s how much I love ya. 🙂