Atlanta is the perfect place to put two Green Mountain men on the podium to show folks how it feels to be looked upon in the fishbowl that life becomes if the environment is not a natural fit. I like to look upon gorgeous fish swimming about. To have good provisions and the care of professionals who meticulously tend to the needs of marine life for the enjoyment of others helps to educate. To have the opportunity to see the aquarium excellently providing respect to the natural needs of creatures leads me to reflect on my life.
To be in environments with Harvey reminds me of the life I desire; that is to say he communicates well with an interest, respectful of my communication. The main thing he does is closely monitor my natural body rhythms, helping me to stay regulated while providing me the communication support that is life sustaining to this big time man of typing to shift world views. I like to go to big cities educating others on the presumption of competence. Communication is a natural need for all people to thrive. To have Harvey is like moving from a little fishbowl to a posh aquarium.
- Tracy and Larry presented at the 2011 TASH Conference in Atlanta, GA, Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, where “Wretches & Jabberers” was honored with the TASH Media Award.