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June 09, 2008



I like your letter to the world, your page, your blog, everything you do...

Christina Fischer

I'm always blown away by your scrapbook pages. Your heart, your creativity and your soul are on each one. Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us -- your cards, projects and pages are always fantastic!


I understand, I care, and I love how you present the subject of autism to the world through your amazing work. You are one incredible, inspiring Mom, and I LOVE what you do!! Bless you!!!

Menda Hayden

This one lead to a tear shed. As the aunt of an autistic child I know alittle bout it. Thanks for all you do to help with the fight for our kids. Again a beautiful page. I send my blessings to you too. And hug him for me.

Juli Smith

Beautiful Erika- the page and the journaling! But the pic of Zach is the most amazing! How do you catch such great pictures? Thank you for sharing your mission of autism awareness, as well as your wonderful paper-crafting talents. May God continue to bless you and your family one hundred-fold.


I LOVE that page, You know how much it talks to me!♥ What you wrote there is so true, and so sad...
We really need to work on that book, once I start scrapbooking my little guy also, LOL! ;-)

Amy B

Wow, the journaling says it all! Your words are very touching and yet so true! What a beautiful page!!!


Beautiful !! Love that page ! Thanks for sharing your great talent with us !


What an absolutely beautiful page. You inspire me with your creativity and your heart.

Thank You for sharing.



Thank You Erika for that layout. My heart is touched because my 15 years old son is autistic.


Erika, this is amazing! You were the Runner UP for Scrapbook Saturday over at www.CardoftheWeek.com. You can check out the post at http://www.cardoftheweek.com/2008/06/scrapbook-page.html

I don't know how you do it all, but I'm sure glad that you do!


Wow Erika,
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and bringing awareness to the "world"!
Love the layout and your son is a cutie!

Erin Mueller

Mel M. M. M.

Beautiful post and project. I love your use of gesso. Brilliant! :0)


From one Autism Mom to another, thank you for sharing your story. The more we talk the more others listen.


Wow, very well said. Autism is very complicated, & yet for the person who knows one: it can be very easy. However, to live with one: I suppose it could be very complicated & not easy to deal with. My friend her grandson has Autism, & people are truly amazed @ what he can do, when they know he has autism. So, there may be various degree's in which these children are affected: some more, some less: but none the less those with it have those symptoms.

My friends grandson wasn't born with this: but got it later in life due to 9 shots @ one time & ever since then, his life has been affected by Autism. Some do not believe this to be so, however this young man is living proof of what I say.


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