1. Is that there is an Autism-Friendly performance of Bello tonight at the New Victory Theater. Check it out - it is going to be awesome. Here is a link:
2. I was contacted by Gabriela McCall Delgado who runs a resource for college students with developmental disabilities who are looking to get connected to employment opportunities and getting access to higher education. Check it out, it looks like a great resource. I have met so many kids and adults with autism who have so much potential. It's not a one-size fits all, every person with developmental disabilities has different circumstances, but one of my students, Cletis, is an amazing guitar player and drummer and he's 23. Outstanding guy. I would love to get him connected to something music related. So check out this link - there are chapters of this organization all over the world and the U.S.
3. It's Passover. We have a show today and I am considering singing Dayenu which is one of my favorite Passover songs. It's all about having enough in this world and being surprised that God/The Universe/Nature/other People have so much to offer us. It's like "We had shelter, and it would have been enough, but then you gave us light and warmth. We had light and warmth and it would have been enough but then you gave us food." It's also a fun song to clap and sing to.