Having a brother who has Autism, this made me really happy.
Damn, Arthur is srs bidness
this is beautiful
i’m about to cry. this is literally perfect. i never say that about anything, ever. usually NO ONE gets autism right, ESPECIALLY not the media. this is so beautiful. please, please, spread this around.
Relatable post is relatable. Even if you believe in a scale of autism rather than black and white, this is honestly how we feel a lot of the time, even as we get older.
I had no idea that they even did this, this is just awesome. A great way to teach kids about autism and what it is. Having a brother with autism this means a lot to me. This just adds to the reasons why I’ve always loved Arthur.
Wow. Just Wow. I am truly amazed. This is so beautiful. :’) It’s a fantastic way to explain autism to kids, well anybody really. I didn’t know they did this kind of stuff. Way to go Arthur!
My mom and grandmother read this book to me constantly when I was little. So, Mom and I got tattoos in honor of each other and of this book. Hers is in my handwriting (left) and mine in hers (right). I love my Mommy forever. They were both done by Larry at Shenanigan’s in Auburn, AL. Amazing artist and amazing guy.
A spacecraft orbiting Mars has detected carbon dioxide snow falling on the Red Planet, making Mars the only body in the solar system known to host this weird weather phenomenon.
The snow on Mars fell from clouds around the planet’s south pole during the Martian winter spanning 2006 and 2007, with scientists discovering it only after sifting through observations by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). The Martian south pole hosts a frozen carbon dioxide — or “dry ice” — cap year-round, and the new discovery may help explain how it formed and persists, researchers said.
Will: Because you’re right uncle Phil. Man, I’m getting soft. I’m a man - And a man should be able to stand on his own two feet. Make his own way, like you did. I mean a man does it for his self. I mean it’s a hard road to travel but after you travel it and you look back at what you’ve accomplished and say “I did that, I’m a man”. Phil:*Chuckles* That’s the biggest load of bull I’ve heard since I left the farm. Nobody does anything without help, Will. People opened doors for me, and I’ve worked hard to open doors for you. It doesn’t make you any less of a man to walk through them.