My husband wants to go to the dentist, Because he’s in such pain! I had a dozen abscesses last year; And you don’t hear me complain! But my husband insists on a dentist, Old pliers aren’t good enough! I’m the only one in my family, Who can deal with a tooth that is tough! … Continue reading Dentist
I believe in Neurodiversity, I believe there are a lot of positives to being Autistic, but I don't believe in the gag order some of the Neurodiversity lobby are trying to guilt us into. Living with a person who is neck deep in all the darker aspects of Autism as a disorder is hard. And … Continue reading Get Off the Rainbow, Autism Is Not All Positive
'Those that can; do. Those that can't; teach! Those that can't teach, teach Phys Ed.' One of my favourite sayings, but therein lies the problem. I like this because it picks on PE teachers; I loathe approximately half the PE teachers I've met. I have met some seriously great ones too, but I digress. I … Continue reading But I Don’t Want To Teach Phys Ed.
Lucky fans and Burmese devotees, you must be so desperate for more of my musings. I recently realised I have only told you about the whomans I live with; oh, and I told you about my bestie; Cushion. But lots of other things live in my house. I am such a benign and generous Imperator. … Continue reading Orion’s Magnanimous Musings!
I need to own stuff. Well actually even poor not famous people need to own stuff. What I mean is I need to stop childishly making up cards and thingies with pictures I find on the internet. So I went to Graphic Stock and Pixabay and bought pictures to decorate my weird cards and stuff. … Continue reading Now That I Am-not at all in any way but prone to delusions-Famous
or No Alex I Am Not Turning Into One Of Those People, What Do you Mean I'm Too Old! My mother likes coffee shops! I think its a vestige of her teaching career, teachers are mad on coffee shops, and wine but that's another story. Anyway if I am really good and really polite and … Continue reading I’m No Food Blogger, But…
Spring is the season of Pollen Relentless attacks without pause Fluttering into our faces Sneaking under closed doors. My face is terribly swollen My nose no longer drips Instead it oozes like molasses Until it inevitably slips. My eyes are perpetually itchy My throat and ears scratch and burn. My head is painful and heavy … Continue reading Spring!
As to the interesting people in the house, they were interviewed. They let me type. Check out the rest of this site while you are there.
Greetings. Snoops and Kommando Kitty here. We have a pawsome interview for you today with the cats from Autistsix, It’s a great blog, except the cats don’t get nearly enough space. It’s about a family who live in Australia,which is apparently Down Under something. (The editors said to include it.) The lady who writes it says the whole family is a little unique because of something called Autism Spectrum Disorder. We don’t really know what she’s talking about; as far as we can tell, they aren’t any stranger than a lot of the other humans we know.
Would you please introduce yourselves?
Orion – I am Orion Prince of Burmese Tigers, I am also a star.
Smokie – I’m Smokie, pleased to meet you. I am a puppy cat.
Pixie – I am Pixie, I am confused, oh wait that’s not what I mean, I am…
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It’s been a long time hasn’t it! Where are we all now? Well, we are still living in the same house. We are all still autistic, no miracle cures yet. Gavin is still writing a gory blog about how horrible his life is, in between being blocked for unsuitable content, and he is still trying … Continue reading My Depressing Life or This was supposed to be funnier but then I started writing.
Now don't be silly! This was a very sensible exercise to encourage us to improve our creativity by using predominantly dialogue to illustrate a specific scene. Lisa - Lisa Wolstenholme, our facilitator and resident genius had a very specific scene in mind. That's right! And the conversation was to be conducted by sheep. My piece. … Continue reading KSP A Dialogue Exercise