Sorry and Hurrah!

I’m sorry if I normally read your posts, I am delayed not uninterested.

My two youngest where in their school’s play.  A two hour extravaganza after 6 months rehearsal.   2 nights and I did refreshments for the P&F A (with lots of help).  It was fantastic!

But back to sorry,  I tried to catch up but it’s kind of your fault because you reblog fantastic sites so I go there and I like to read at least three posts and then decide whether to follow but they are so fantastic.  I read fast so just give me a few days but I love you and some of you are missing out because they are in the middle of the alphabet.

While I’m here, the lady from the Autism Association (support worker) who comes to make me do things has made me:

  • simplify and finish my budget
  • garden (which I’ve discovered I love (but still get panic attacks without her or after a while)
  • plan to cook
  • sorted my wardrobe
  • started Alex’s room (opening & discarding packaging to reduce mess)
  • using Mum’s auto vacuum thingy
  • getting my own snacks/drinks from the terrifying kitchen
  • deciding since I use the internet now I can throw out 25 years worth of old magazines I was going to cut up for recipes.
  • She drove Charlie & I to the dog park today & we spoke to another lady & dog.
  • Stole my Charlie’s heart
  • So much more.

I know this doesn’t seem like much but I have a lot of anxieties over the basics of life.  This is like massive strides for me.  Yah for me! And double Yah for Faye one of the most wonderful people in the world!

Published by autistsix

An autistic woman married to an autistic man trying to raise 4 autistic daughters in a neurotypical world

10 thoughts on “Sorry and Hurrah!

  1. The play was a biography & a bit confusing with some really horrible “poignant” bits, so it upset my eldest & I, people over 30 seemed to find it hilarious & moving. It was incredibly well acted not just by my two. It started as senior school but as cast members pulled out Tabby recruited her sister (3 years too young but brilliant) and her boyfriend. It was really done well, unfortunately the ASD made my eldest & I fixate on the horrible bits which wouldn’t have been horrible if they hadn’t of been so well acted. 2 of the girls support workers and our Occupational therapist (& her lovely fiancee) came too in their own time, we have got a phenomenally generous professional support system.
    The play was sensational.


  2. My husband does all the cooking and most housework! What he doesn’t the kids or no one does? I’m sure I do something but I can’t remember what that is at the moment! 😉


      1. Haha! This is undoubtedly the nicest comment i’ve ever got. Why don’t we both give each other blogging lessons since I can totally learn so much fron you! Your style of writing is really interesting. I’ve shamelessly gone through atleast 10 of your posts already. Hehe

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