Today I would like to thank all the mothers who do so much for those of us on the autism spectrum. You guys have always been by our sides when we needed you the most. You were our first allies and advocates, and most importantly you taught us that being different is not wrong.
If it weren’t for you we would not be the wonderful people we are today. I would like to especially thank my mother who has assisted in making Bryce Pace – Autism Advocate what it is today. When I wrote the first blog post three years ago she was proud that I was standing up for what I believed in however, like me she did not expect it to become what it is today. Despite this she stepped up and supported me by becoming my business partner. She became my extra pair of hands when I live streamed my talks, she became my second pair of eyes when I wrote an article or blog post and most importantly, she became my second voice when I needed a little extra help. I am lucky to have such a wonderful person in my life and I am proud to call her my mother.
Thank you for everything you do, and I hope you have a great Mother’s Day
Autism Advocate, Blogger, Speaker
Below is a music video featuring the young autistic singer Calum Courtney singing ‘Isn’t she lovely’ what a fitting song for Mother’s Day