I’m sitting up in bed, next to my girlfriend. She is fast asleep. She works nights. I didn’t sleep well last night, I should really be asleep with her… I can’t sleep though. I’m having nightmares again. I don’t remember them. Be all accounts, I should be excited. Today is my first day of testing… Continue reading Autism testing day number one. Can’t get the darkness out of my head
It’s 6:30 am. I’ve been up for an hour because I had to use the bathroom and my mind started racing immediately… This is a pretty normal deal, often once u am up I am up, or on the opposite end, there is no getting me up lol I’m not even sure what I’m thinking… Continue reading Too Early To Think, Oh Yeah And Autism
I have been neglecting to write on here, even avoiding it actively, more than a few times. My anxiety has been through the roof. My life feels like it had fallen apart around me and I’m trying to put the pieces together. I miss the hell out of writing on here and reading the blogs… Continue reading Anxiety and blogging
Sitting Next To You By: Ivy Willow I sit next to you A whole galaxy of understanding just inches away I look bored you say Let’s watch Supernatural you say You don’t wait for an answer That’s fine, because you would be waiting too long It’s been hours since I could form any meaningful words… Continue reading Sitting Next To You
Write. I’m forcing myself to write. I haven’t written in a week or two. It’s only scheduled things. 10 minutes. Or so. I can’t tell. I’ve been pacing the floor for at least that long. It’s an L shape this time. So this is stimming too? I’m stuck. The house needs to be cleaned badly… Continue reading Aspergers suggestion, pacing, and being stuck
I wrote this when my blog first started, and I think it’s still pretty damn relevant, and more people need to know about this. Dear Kerri Rivera and Jim Humble, you have created the Magical Mineral Solution (MMS) to try to cure children of autism. Before we talk about the details of MMS, I have… Continue reading Autism and Enemas… WTF?
I’m very glad to see this happening. They’ve done right by most groups of people, I hope they’ll do right here too. ^.^ Source: Sesame Street is introducing their first character who has Autism, Julia.