Hopes and Dreams–Autism Blog Hop

Posted Apr 19 2018, 9:11 am


Autism Fact:  34% of children on the autism spectrum say that the worst thing about being at school is being picked on.

We all have hopes and dreams. Mine have changed over the years, sometimes because what I value changes or because I’ve achieved that particular dream. Next month I’ll be achieving a life-long dream, one which I never thought would become a reality. I’ll be a full-time author. No more day job. No more struggling to meet a deadline and not having seven days a week to do so. If I can do it, so can you. Believe in yourself and go after what you want. You’d be surprised what you can accomplish if you put your mind to it.

Win a Copy of Shutdown Player

Would you like to win a copy of Shutdown Player, my upcoming release? Comment below with a hope or dream you have. I’ll pick three winners at random to receive a digital copy on release day (April 27). This contest closes on April 25.

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23 responses to “Hopes and Dreams–Autism Blog Hop”

  1. Elizabeth Lehman says:

    My dream is to one day work for me and only me.

  2. Angel Crum says:

    Congrats Jami!! My current dreams are all centered around helping my kiddo be happy and achieve all he wants. Maybe when he leaves home I will have new dreams!

  3. LW says:

    My eldest has autism, I hope that one day the biochemistry of it will be more widely accepted and understood as more research is being done into it 🙂

  4. LynH says:

    My dream is to be able to retire (for real this time) and have time to check off one or two things on my bucket list before I pass.

  5. BETSY JONES says:

    Dreams do come true.

  6. JF says:

    My wish is that other kids would treat my oldest son like a person and stop picking on him because sometimes he acts differently from them!

  7. Georgia S says:

    My dream is to be the best person I can be everyday to those around me (especially loved ones, friends and family). To just be present, supportive and caring. These small things can have a big impact to not just yourself but those around you as well.

  8. Kelly says:

    I hope my foster babies leave my home knowing they are loved. And I hope my first and longest placement remembers me.

  9. Stephanie says:

    My dream is to get the promotion I have applied for

  10. Linda Olinger says:

    My dream is that more people would encourage their children to stop bullying people just because they are different! This attitude can be modified at home! Congrats on becoming a full time author?

  11. Morgan says:

    I wish that my daughter, who is on the autism spectrum, will one day understand everything she has taught me about myself, parenthood and love.

  12. Donna bach says:

    My hope is my son gets over valley fever that he’s been fighting almost a year. And that my kids/grandkids stay safe as they grow up.

  13. Melanie says:

    My hope is that one day I find someone to share my life with.

  14. Stacey says:

    My dream is to finally find the courage to find a job I love instead of settling for what I have.

  15. Kirsten says:

    One of my dreams is that both my children are happy in what they choose to make a living doing. I also hope that the things I do for friends, strangers and family make some sort of impression and are helpful.

  16. Elizabeth says:

    My dream is to learn more about photography. I want to take pictures of wildlife.

  17. Tanja says:

    Thank you for participating in RJ’s Autism Awareness blog hop.
    My son has autism and diabetes, and my hope is that they will find a cure for either disease.

  18. Rolanda says:

    I hope that I can quit my crappy part-time job soon and then just work at what I wantl

  19. Kate Sparks says:

    Autism is touching so many people’s lives.

  20. Anne Wright says:

    My dream is that my daughter, who has high-functioning autism, will find a job that better meets her needs and allows her to be more self-sufficient. Thanks for supporting Autism Awareness.