He is back to attending Pioneer Center in McHenry Illinois 5 days a week. He has a great group of friends there and misses them when he is not there. I have started planning doctor visits and even trips to Six Flags around his Pioneer time to make sure he gets there. He really likes it when he gets to spend extra time with them, such as on days when there are games for Special Olympics. He has participated in Bowling, and Volleyball so far this School Year. His VB team qualified for the State Games which will be in October.
He still rides at Main Stay Therapeutic Farm on Mondays and rides independently often. This is quite a feat considering that he rides King, a 1900 lb 17 3/4 Hand high Percheron gelding. That's an inch short of 6 feet tall at the withers or front shoulders of a horse.
Flynn is still a WWE Wrestling aficionado. Plans can be made that may conflict with the broadcasts, but he will always know when the missed show will be viewed. I think there are some plans to get to some live shows this year.
Flynn keeps a fastidious schedule when he gets home each day. The picture here has him gathering his lunch for the next day after arriving home. He also prepares the bus fare for the next day, and I think he plans his outfit too. His sock game is always on point. You may remember the cheeseburger incident when I forgot that it was Cheeseburger Monday and he communicated his disappointment to me by showing me his socks. (They had cheeseburgers on them.)