Wish me Luck!!

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Wish me Luck!!
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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 12:04am
Peter has a full eval on Friday (10/17 -his first in two years) and I am a tad terrified! Wish us luck.

I'll let you know how it goes.

-Paula (who wishes she had a mom at time like these!)

-Paula

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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 5:31am

LUCK


Hope things go okay for you guys at the eval. I will keep you in my prayers. :)


Peace,
Candes

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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 8:35am
GOOD LUCK!!!!!! I hope the eval goes well:)
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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 8:54am
Sending the best of luck to you!

~Carrie

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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 9:38am
Paula

You know Peter! Remember, no matter what comes of that eval, he is who he is, so your hopes and expectations should be based on the person you know! (I'm sharing with you what my mother said to me, and it helped me a lot, so I hope it helps you!) I just hope this evaluation gives you better insight and is helpful in your quest to meet his needs.

My OT was talking to me yesterday, and she referred to me as a "therapeutic mother". The way she said it, it was a compliment! I thought of you, too.

Sio

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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 9:59am
Good Luck!!!!!

Linda

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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 10:37am
Sio,

Actually, I have no real expectations of this one. I am not expecting a diagnosis, and I am not sure if I would fully trust one from a grad student with no experience out in the field (no matter how good the student, life experience counts!)

I am only hoping for direction for the next step.

My BIG fear is getting through the day!! They told me to arrive at 10:am and not to expect to leave until about 4pm! Yikes! Sir Peter is such a little stickler for his routine and that everything be 'just so' I imagine leaving the University in disgrace at about 10:45, with a warning never to return!

I'm exaggerating on that last part, obviously, but I am dreading the impact such a long day of tests will have on the boy. At least it's a Friday and he can chill on the weekend.

Therapeutic mother! That's great. As long as it was terminated with a period and not elipsis points "therapeutic mother..." I'm kidding!

Gosh,I'm in a strange mood today!

Thanks for the support, though. I do really appreciate it. I'll tell you how it goes.

-Paula

-Paula

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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 10:45am
Sending up prayers for you and Peter.

~ Chelsea

~ Chelsea
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Tue, 10-14-2003 - 12:39pm
Paula

Bari and I are having an interesting conversation. She probably is thinking that other way of saying it! LOL! I just need to stop visiting her neck of the woods! But I'm a moth and it is a bright light.

Anyway, I'll think of you until 4:00 on Friday! I hope Sir Peter makes you a proud mother!

Your friend,

Sio