Last week Will began an intensive 5-hour a day program we like to call “Walking Camp.” Actually, Aaron named it, and appropriately so. Will walks in, he walks out, he walks to lunch, he walks to the bathroom. You get the idea. And he loves it. Oh, I forgot to mention, he gets one-on-one attention from young ladies he woos with his patented, “Good Morning, Pumpkin!” *eye roll*
This camp is at the Conductive Education Center of Orlando and was paid for by New Hope for Kids and some industrious UCF students working with Knight Wishes. The approach is Hungarian and apparently very effective. I can already tell there is improvement in Will, and I’m so grateful we got this opportunity. I can’t wait to see what the next few weeks bring.
So for 5 hours a day, Will is at walking camp in Orlando, which means I have to find something to do for 5 hours in Orlando that doesn’t cost much money since I’m breaking the bank at the gas pump. Enter: The Winter Park Public Library, like an oasis for weary travelers. A/C? check. Wi-Fi? check. (I’m posting on my blog aren’t I?) Plenty of seating? No trouble so far. Quiet? Quieter than my house! Book store? Yep. Cafe? I know, isn’t it awesome?!?! So thank you to all the wonderful supporters of the Winter Park Pubic Library. My sanity is somewhat in tact thanks to you. And thank you to the folks at CECO, New Hope for Kids and Knight Wishes for all your work and dedication!