I had a few extra minutes to myself on Friday morning. I’ve been hoping for some extra time in my week to get a few things done. Sorting through some paperwork, catching up on laundry, writing out some lists—they aren’t major things, but they are adding up. Having extra time to get to at least one thing completed was exactly what I hoped for and got that morning. But first, breakfast. While eating, I decided to scroll through Facebook.
I felt awful after.
Not because of what I ate.
But because of what I read.
Longtime advocate Karen Kain had posted a link https://www.habingfamilyfuneralhome.com/obituary/michael-mike-granata that caught my eye. I don’t usually read stranger’s obituaries. As sad as it was, I’m glad I decided to click on it.
If you feel moved by what he shared, please forward his link.
With all that we’ve learned. With all that we’re witnessing. With all that this family will continue to suffer, it’s the least we can do.
Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism.
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