A Little Winter R&R πŸ™‚

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The day is upon us ladies and gentlemen. The day I say goodbye to my little punks for two whole weeks. I say goodbye to 5am alarms, sticky back velcro, and clipboard data sheets. Although you never know… I may start taking data on my husband’s dish washing behavior and try to slip in a quick punishment procedure over break. I love my job and you know I love my students. But I am not going to lie. I really love winter break. It gives you the much needed opportunity to unwind, recharge, and catch up your trashy Bravo reality shows. You can come back to work in January ready to tackle (no pun intended) the new year.

I will be taking a little blogging holiday until after Christmas. But don’t you worry. I will be back with gusto on the 26th and have a full plate of blogging goodies for you. My sister was in town from college last week and helped me make a whole set of new video tutorials including some tutorials for new fluency programs that will literally rock your world. I know. The anticipation may kill you.

So a bit of holiday mushiness from me – I want to wish each and every one of your a happy holidays. Whatever you celebrate – best holiday wishes. And I have to say – you are a rockstar. Our jobs are hard. Really hard. So hard most people don’t even understand. And here you are continuing to learn more, think of new ideas, and continually strive to make yourself the best teacher, therapist, or parent you can be. We don’t get told enough (sometimes, if ever) – that we are doing a good job. So in the holiday spirit – you are doing a good job. I hope everyone has a relaxing holiday and is able to find some time to enjoy themselves! Happy holidays! I am so lucky to have you all as readers and colleagues!

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  1. Happy Holidays to you too Sasha! Thank you for being there day in and day out with your creative ideas, inspiration, and passion!

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  2. So encouraging, thank you! “Our jobs are hard. Really hard. So hard most people don’t even understand.” I find that statement very true and not worth explaining what it’s like to people usually! I look forward to the goodies. Have a great break!

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  3. Thanks for freely sharing your wisdom with us…… You’ve helped me tremendously!

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  4. Sasha, I just want you to know that I am very thankful for you and your creative energy that you share with the rest of us out here who are trying to make a difference in the lives of children with Autism. It is a difficult job but we know how important our work is and that’s what keeps a lot of us going. Your blog (and your TPT store) is always a wonderful resource for information, inspiration, and affirmation for what I do. Thank you so much for being you!!!

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  5. Thanks, Danielle πŸ™‚

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  6. You too! πŸ™‚

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  7. THank you for reading! Hope you are having a great break πŸ™‚

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