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Jul 28, 2017

This story was written by blogger Kaylie Clinton. You can read this story and all of her other wonderful blog posts about her life, family and friends, here. 

To say really nice things about my family is my goal of this blog post. To say they are the best is an understatement. Mom is the person who interrupts my stimming to get me to write these blog posts. We have been a team my whole life and now more than ever. To say I lean on seeing her each day would be accurate. Other kids aren’t as lucky. My parents pay us so much attention and keep us happy. Our family treats everyone with respect even if they don’t deserve it. We want people to treat others that way also.

You might perhaps think having a truly perfect family isn’t possible, but most people owe my success to their learning how to do the right things to help me. People yearn to understand my living wants. Each year my wants take a great name. Wearing largely on me this year has been all the people who make teaching RPM another thing to doubt. Weeks have gone by that could of been used learning new incredible things. I’m teaming up with really proper kindred people to really promote RPM on our blogs. Try tomorrow to meaningfully make someone included who otherwise is excluded.

Kaylie Clinton

Learning to make my wants known has greatly improved my life. Emma, my sister makes an effort to talk to me. We have gotten really good at spelling together. Mom is so proud of us. Maybe once (my little sister) Brooklyn learns to spell, we can spell together also. She is so interested, but she needs to pull great learning off before she’s ready. Part of me thinks she is my person who accepts me the most.  She has always loved me as her smart older sister. People ought to follow her example. Love doesn’t need words.

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