“Poppy, how lucky did you feel when you knew you were going to marry mommy? I mean you were just a lazy old truck driver.”
I am a scientist. I am Dr. Isaiah Lavell Kehl.
I do not take things seriously.
Scientists don’t say what if I add nitroglycerin and dynamite together, do they?
That would be thinking of something seriously, and that would be nuts.
Isaiah is an 8-year-old home-schooled pyromaniac.
Wait. Let me try again.
Isaiah is a showman, a comedian, a witticist. He is the director, producer, writer and musician. Often his own videographer as well.
He loves fire, dynamite, combustion of any kind. And if he is quiet there is a very good chance he tied himself up with yarn and is trying to escape.
When Isaiah meets new friends, and they, as they always do, become attached to his magnetic personality – he quells their disappointment in his departure by telling them as he leaves “If you’d like to know more, go to Isaiah Dot Com.” And so, after a year, we have decided to create such a place.
I am his mother and am a blogger myself, but I realized there would be nothing for me to write about if not for him.
There is nothing here, except my photography, that is not straight from Isaiah’s mind (and even then it may be carefully orchestrated by the Maestro).
Isaiah is also unique in the fact that he has a tic disorder, sensory processing disorder, 11 life-threatening food allergies, severe allergies to heat and cold and multiple severe environmental allergies with eczema and asthma mixed in. Non of these issues stop him. If anything they make him the unique individual that he is. We do not feel sorry for him, we see it as a blessing. I only share that part of him so that you can understand if there is a child in your life with any of these issues, there is a blessing there too.
Please share that you have visited, Isaiah would be very impressed to know someone was as interested in what he has to say as he is.
Isaiah: If a robber took me away from the house, do you think he’d let me rob with him?
Extremely concerned mom: No!
Isaiah: Why not? What if I really begged him?
Horrified mom: No!
Isaiah: Well mom, let’s just wait and see, OK?