Working on Unintentional Humor® Book 2

Alan J. Lewis and I were together in Boulder, Colorado to work on Unintentional Humor® Book 2. Unfortunately, our busy travel schedule hasn’t allowed us to be with Alan for awhile.  Happy to have the two of us back at work again… Some of cartoons that will be included in Unintentional Humor® Book 2 are: Sick as a Dog Have a Cow Walking on

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SEED SPOT Supports Celebrate Autism

Excitement Abounds at SEED SPOT Demo Day in Phoenix, AZ Jenny Anderson, 25, is the Co-founder of Celebrate Autism, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping young adults on the autism spectrum find independence and empowerment through entrepreneurship.  Jenny and Celebrate Autism were chosen to participate in the SEED SPOT business incubator in Phoenix, AZ this

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Presenting at Morgan Autism Conference

Brent and I were thrilled to share our presentation, “The Unintentional Humor of Living with Autism” at the Morgan Autism Center annual conference on September 28, 2013.  Included in the agenda with speakers Dr. Jed Baker, Dr. Peter Gerhardt and Michelle Garcia Winner, we are honored to be a part of this well respected line

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First Friday Ventura, CA

On the first Friday of each month, visual fine art spaces in downtown and midtown Ventura offer a variety of special entertainment to compliment the collectible artworks on display. Demonstrations, lectures, music, and performance provide an opportunity for everyone to share in this unique Ventura cultural experience. First Friday’s goal is to promote the appreciation of

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Unintentional Humor TV interview

Autism Live TV Interview

We were featured guests on Autism Live TV with Shannon Penrod.  Shannon is the mother of a child with Autism. She is an author, speaker, coach, educator, film maker and Autism advocate. Autism Live is a production of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), headquartered in Tarzana, California, and with offices throughout the US and

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Unintentional Humor autism book featured in the Kappa Kappa Gamma Key

Kappa Key Magazine Features Unintentional Humor

Our family is so honored to be included in the latest issue of Kappa Kappa Gamma’s national magazine, The Key.  The Key is renowned for their celebration of courage, determination and service.  To be featured is a triumph for our entire family and our commitment to Celebrate Autism. To view the full story in The

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