NOTE: I've noticed that the usual naysayers are crowding the comments over at US Weekly. Please click into their site and add your own comment. Parents need to know that our kids are treatable and not trashable... Thanks. K
By Kim Stagliano
Phew! I just got back in from the rally in Trenton. (Amtrak is a great way to travel, by the way.) I checked my email and we have a wonderful surprise to share with our readers, compliments of Jenny McCarthy, author of the best selling Mother Warriors and US Weekly!
I don't know about you, but I don't have much time to read magazines outside of the Goofus and Gallant column with my kids once a month (good old Highlights magazine!) And when I do get a chance to indulge in a magazine, I'm either wearing a paper gown with no back or about to have my teeth cleaned. But tomorrow I'm running to my grocery store to buy US Weekly. Here's why!
You want a copy, don't you? Go ahead treat yourself to a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy a guilty pleasure as you read the Hollywood news and Jenny's story too. Buy a couple of spare copies too - if you're like me you'll be lending them out to friends and family. And I always like to have an extra copy or two of magazines that feature autism to use in Autism Awareness Month displays. Of course, you can see read the article online at US Weekly.
Thanks as always to Jenny McCarthy for her tireless work and also to US Weekly magazine and to our friends at Generation Rescue.
Kim Stagliano is Managing Editor of Age of Autism.