January 1, 2012

    Contact Me!

Launching New Websites

I'm excited to begin the new year of 2012! I hope this is going to be the start of a new beginning for the next phase of my life. I have been working hard with Linda Dobson, who is helping me edit my book. I hope to see my book published this year and be a catalyst for helping many people who live and love with right-brained children. I'm only hoping to change the face of education for right-brained children; that's not asking for much, is it?

So, in anticipation for the good things that will come with the publishing of my book, I felt it was time to launch my new websites. I actually felt compelled to buy several domains last year. I ended up buying another one as I set up my websites based on the probable name of my book, and using two of those I purchased last year.

My main website will be called "The Right Side of Normal." I feel that aptly describes all the diverse aspects of my life. It is the name of my soon-to-be-released book about right-brained learners, in which every one of my children are categorized. Yes, I am the lone left-brained person, except I am now joined by my son-in-law! Woohoo!

In all other respects, we have never been on the right side of "normal." We have several children who live with autism, we homeschool, we unschool, we adopted, we adopted trans-culturally, we are a large family, and we are active members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. With all of this, how can we get anywhere near the word "normal."

My main website of The Right Side of Normal will be where you can find resources for right-brained learning, autism, and my collaborative learning process. Another website will be for my Applestars blog. That will be for my blog posts. And my last website will be Cindy Gaddis. It is especially made for those seeking my products and services, my speaking engagements, and my contact information.. At this time, each of these websites inter-link with one another.

I look forward to having the opportunity of knowing and meeting many people both in person and through technology! Please introduce yourselves when you drop in, and let's learn and grow together!