Let’s Walk Together From Holland To Italy (in English)
This is written as a reply for "Welcome to Holland". That is very good sentences, so I often recommend it to my peers. Some of them, especially whose kids have autism or other developmental disorder, say it's hard for them to accept that writing. As it is difficlut to diagnose these disorders, they cannot give up "Italy". This is my letter for them. I bought some guidebooks. I met some nice people. Holland. Sure, it’s not so bad place.
But some friends I met here say, “I tried, did my best. But I can’t love Holland.” “I eager to go to Italy.” “I don’t want to stay here any more.”
OK. Go ahead. Let’s depart for Italy.
We cannot trust airlines, you know. They may take us again where we don’t hope.
So let’s walk. It may take long time. It may be a hard trip. But we can go forward, step by step.
Let’s go through Belgian, taking some chocolates. Let’s go through Germany, having some beer and sausages. Let’s go through France, seeing the Seine River and the Eiffel Tower.
We might go wrong way. We might have to go separately. But at least, we won’t stay at the same place.
I think it's a great journey. If we went direct to Italy, we couldn't have it.
At the end of the journey, you know, there are the Alps, so high and steep. If you can’t go beyond it,
Let’s have a fondue party at Switzerland.
Have a nice trip. SEE YOU! Sorry, comments written in only English are refused automatically. If you like this writing, please introduce to your friends. Copyrights are reserved by AKIHAHA (Mom of an autism boy).