Back when we got a new bus driver, I was dealing with a lot with Chaz. Yes, we had now found a great school but now Chaz was getting kicked off the bus again. The bus is incredibly loud and Chaz would go haywire. Even hanging out of the window, crawling under the seats, screaming at the top of his lungs while covering his ears. When a new bus driver pulled up one day I thought, "Oh great, I have to start all over explaining things."
Till I saw her wings. She was my driver with angel wings. All I had to say was "Chaz has Aspergers Syndrome" and her response was "So do 2 of my sons."
What?? I know my mouth dropped open. She assured me she understood and would work with him. Since then she has done whatever it takes to protect him, keep him happy, all while bringing him home safely.
What do I mean when I say angel wings? When someone goes out of their way to work with your Aspergers child, keep communication with you, stays positive, and has results....they are like a guardian angel. Chaz flourishes because of angels like these.
Seriously, I've thought of having those shirts made that have angel wings printed on the back and something that says,