Friday, December 11, 2009


I learned some things at the IEP meeting today to help Brendan some more. I've mentioned her before, but we think Ada, one of the autism specialists in the Nashville school system, is a goddess! She is wonderful!

After the meeting, Brian, Melissa, and I had lunch and a good visit. Then I enjoyed driving through downtown Nashville since I hadn't been there for a while. It was fun looking at familiar places and checking out some changes. When I tried on some clothes at Green Hills Mall, I must have lost an earring, which I didn't notice until almost home. I called Dillard's to see if they found it, but she didn't find it when she checked the dressing room I was in. I've looked everywhere here and would like to retrace my steps to see if I can find it, but that would require driving back to Nashville. I love those earrings and am really bummed about it. I got them on sale at Studio 123 which is my favorite place to buy jewelry, and those were the only pair like that. So upsetting!


SteveA said...

Tteat yourself and buy a new one :)

Joy said...

I will if I can ever find any more like those. She had these on sale which makes me wonder if she can't get any others like it. This is a boutique owned by a local artsy person who buys unique items for her shop. Some of it is created by local artists and others are good candles, chimes, vintage-type clothes (a few), pottery, paintings, novelties, and various clever things like the Story People books, framed drawings, and sculpture. You know the kind of place - sort of upscale with good arts & crafts you'd find in juried festivals.

mistress maddie said...

Oh Auntie that just sucks! And you know that would be like trying to find a needle in a hay stack.

Miss Ginger Grant said...

I'll bet that beotch is wearin' your one urring and saying "look what I found up in the mall today!"

Berry Blog said...

Speaking of your wonderful specialist, have you ever watched Supernanny? Quite a remarkable woman.
Sorry you can only hold one ear open now. Isn't that what earrings are for?
when you go to Nashville wear a clothespin on the other ear. Maybe people will notice and help you look all over town.