Tony and viagra buying Candice
Sometimes it pays to listen.
About a month ago, after an especially trying morning show, my on-air partner lovingly tilted her hear like a labradoodle puppy and said “Tony, you were a lot happier when you were working out at Kosama. You should probably go back”. Ouch. Truth hurts. I guess I never really thought about my happiness level and the correlation to Kosama.
You see, I made it through three 8 week sessions when Kosama opened…then I retired. I had some added responsibilities at the canadian online pharmacy viagra office and with the start-up non-profit The Pier Center for Autism. It felt like a good time for a break. I enjoyed having a bit of extra time on my schedule.
Then, I lost my outlet. I didn’t realize how much Kosama for ME was very therapeutic. As the parent of a special needs child and facing some life challenges that most people encounter in their lives, I realized I was a better, well-balanced person when I spend time sweating it out on buying cialis with next day shipping a regular basis at Kosama. Candice agrees – and she’s not easy to please.
Some people turn stress into overeating, yelling and other negative habits. By choosing to http://radiosyndicationtalk.com/getting-cialis-from-canada re-join at Kosama, I chose to make a positive change for my body, more muscle tone and surprisingly I lost more weight this time around than I did with my very first session. My energy level has improved and tramadol online that ships to florida I generally feel better. Some of the die-hard Kosama-ers from the Summer of levitra india 2011 are still there on a daily basis. It’s actually quite inspirational to see the dedication of those working out and the staff that genuinely care about your physical well-being. I was welcomed back with open arms from Matt, Lisa, Paxton and the rest of the crew.
Side effects of working out at Kosama include a healthier diet (you realize a workout is tough after eating the left side of a menu – so you naturally eat better) looking better naked (TMI, huh?), and some time to contemplate life without someone yapping in your ear. It’s a wee bit like a tropical vacation – in 50 minute intervals – and with a heckuva lot more sweat. Book your sweaty vacation now at Kosama on Hamilton, in the Southern Square and now…. Le Mars! Ask about the levitra without prescriptions KSUX Tony and Candice special for just $105.70 – a considerable savings over the original price.
Today was a good day.
Facebook was lit up with blue in support of World Autism Awareness Day. Major buildings from all over the globe shined a glorious blue light putting emphasis on a disorder that has so shaped my life. Autism.
Autism Awareness Day in my family looked a lot like another day. My lovely wife wore her Autism earrings, dressed the boys in blue shirts adorned with puzzle pieces, I chatted with The Pier Center for Autism’s Board President Josh Cobbs 4 or 5 times (on and off-air), educational and daycare staff made it their mission to help my son, Trey (9 years old) , in every way possible. Beau (his 7 year old brother) was by Trey’s side all night long and he told me he really wants Trey to live with him when he gets older so he can keep an eye on him. Talk about heavy thoughts from a first grader on viagra for cheap a Tuesday morning. Three people asked me how I thought Trey “got Autism”. My response: “I have no clue”.
This may come as a shocker to you – in our family - we are well aware of Autism. We see it every waking minute. It weighs on our minds daily. Many questions remained unanswered. Some days are better than others. Some days aren’t. You learn to cialis india adapt. You learn to pray. You learn to hope.
You can’t preach understanding.
We knew nothing about Autism Spectrum Disorders 8 years ago. We viewed “Rain Man”. That was it. The first thing we did when we had concerns was to hop on WebMD. That’s a night I never want to relieve. Some of what we read that night came true. Trey is 9 years old. He is non-verbal. He still wears pull-ups. He “flaps” his arms when he gets overly excited. He’s different from his peers.
In other ways, WebMD could not have been more wrong for us. Trey is VERY LOVING. His mind is always working in overdrive. He has great eye contact with us. He can melt your heart with a single glance and viagra 100mg england giggle.
You just never know.
Since Trey’s official diagnosis at the age of cialis for females 3, it seems as though society “gets it more”. The level of awareness and knowledge base has increased tremendously. Maybe it’s because it is lowest cost levitra more diagnosed, far more radio/tv stories about the subject, Facebook and Twitter posts, print articles and the like….
I’d like to hope it’s because more people meet kiddos like my son. More hearts have been melted by a giggle and a grin.
I appreciate every single question I get about Autism. It means people are trying. I love it when a parent like my buddy Josh from The Pier Center starts an organization that betters the life of those like Trey. It always better to have dreams and an action plan.
Awareness is a great start. Next year, let’s have World Autism Action Day!
KSUX Program Director / Pier Center for Autism Board member / Autism Dad / Dreamer / Fan of Action
Sioux City, IA
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