Review – X Men: First Class

With many prequels failing the expectations of viewers, I’ve tried to go into a prequel not expecting a single thing. X-Men: First Class however, magnified what little expectations I did have and blew them out into space. This movie was an entertaining, slick and enjoyable watch. It traces the roots of the characters we’ve already … Continue reading Review – X Men: First Class

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Of Audis and art

Guest post by Adita Divecha, Karan's mother We're back to Karan's Tuesday art class at the Jam Jar. This time, when we walked in, there were many people around. It seemed that the staff from Audi had volunteered for the day. They wanted the children to paint cars; they had bought the small models of … Continue reading Of Audis and art

What to say and not say to a parent that has a child with Autism | Stuart Duncan

What to say and not say to a parent that has a child with Autism Written on May 30, 2011 by Stuart Duncan Filed Under: Autism I’ve written quite often about how having a child with Autism forces you to have far more patience than you ever thought you could have… but there are still … Continue reading What to say and not say to a parent that has a child with Autism | Stuart Duncan