S. O. S.

(photo credit: Peekaboo Kabuki) The other night, I had an “Aha” moment. I knew I had dealt with sensory integration dysfunction my entire life, but it never really got, what I would consider, out of control.  Some might call it being a complete clutz, but I like to think of it as being unSENSORed. Or … Continue reading S. O. S.

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