This is youngest in one of the cool polos Top Golf provided for him to wear at his new job there! He also has a black polo and a super nice black lined jacket.
He’s polishing silverware, folding napkins and bundling the silverware into rolls. And he absolutely loves it so far. Apparently people stop by and say hi all the time, his boss gave him a certificate for a free meal there (and he gets to golf for free), and he loves the music they play…
My new job is being the mom bus driving him a couple times a week when he works. He applied for a reduced rate bus pass and through our township, we can arrange for a van to take him to and from work at a fairly reasonable cost. Don’t want to throw too many changes at him at once so we will start that soon.
Bottom line, as anyone with a special needs child knows, if he’s happy, then I’m happy!
To all who celebrate. Otherwise, Happy Thursday!
We still do this where I live… so it can be really dark when you leave work!
Hahaha… but true 😞
When I heard the story a week or so ago about a couple who had plunged to their deaths from a scenic lookout, Taft Point, in Yosemite National Park, California while taking a selfie, I cringed. What a horrible way to die.
A few days ago I saw more coverage of the story, this time with a picture, and as soon as I saw bright pink hair, my heart sank. I knew it was Minaxi. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would know this couple, as well as you can know blogging friends here at WordPress. Perhaps you knew them, too?
It’s taken me a while to find the words to write this post. Originally Minaxi’s blog was called Gameplan Happily Ever After and she blogged about being part of a newlywed Indian couple, married in 2014, who absolutely loved to travel. She wrote about her wedding and her sweet husband, Vishnu, and their life together. How she didn’t really cook and how she loved shopping and everything that was pink!
I’m not even sure how Minaxi and I met or why we bonded. Somehow we followed each other’s blogs and I know she hoped to become a full-time travel blogger. I called her my adopted daughter in one post and you’ll see our conversation in the comments. I even wrote a post about how I met my hubby because she asked me to and you can see her comments there, too.
She had begun a newer blog that has now been deleted. But I’ve looked back at Gameplan and you can see all her adorable pictures of their life and travels.
I understand an investigation into what happened is ongoing. Apparently an unattended tripod was found at Taft Point which seems to confirm the selfie taking theory, but I’ve also read some speculative comments that there was something odd about the situation. I don’t believe it for a minute. Minaxi was just so fun and full of life. I’m certain she and Vishnu simply ventured too close to the edge where there were no guard rails and fell in an awful, tragic accident.
They will be laid to rest in northern California, a young couple whose story ends far too soon. And as I write this and think of Minaxi and Vishnu and their heartbroken families, my heart is breaking, too.
Photo from Facebook