Something borrowed just for you

Followers always have an excuse…
Leaders always have an idea…
Followers always blame others…
Leaders fix the situation….
Followers make promises…
Leaders keep commitments…
Followers let it happen…
Leaders make it happen…
Followers say, ‘Why don’t THEY do something about it?’
Leaders say ‘Here’s something I can do.’
Followers live in the past…
Leaders live in the here and now. ~Unknown


About kellykrei

Husband to Michele Martinson Krei for 34 years and father of 23 year old twin boys, Kyle & Hunter, both endowed with Down syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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1 Response to Something borrowed just for you

  1. allaboutbox says:

    Arlene Mantegna is working with Chris Curry at Families Together to start a parent network where parents are carefully linked together so that one parent can learn from another. We are looking for parents who have met the challenges and have experienced success and who would be willing to talk to another parent.

    All the matches would be facilitated using an online forum and parents would have control over the time and amount they get to talk to another parent. It is similar to Parent to Parent concept with additional security and the emphasis on sharing and learning for a particular issue. We alsohost online parent meetings with video for those who have webcams. That is a kick for everyone who comes tothose meetings. I would like to start one for parents of children with Down syndrome who are on the spectrum. There are a growing number of those children.

    If you are interested in working with us, please let me know and call me at 208-596-2777. You can visit the Families Together website at and the Autism Families Together Network at

    Chris Curry


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