Okay so maybe something went a little wrong yesterday but on a happy note some of the biscuits (cookies) made it to my mother in law's house. And many made it home again because our cousin can't eat gluten. Not in a faddish way, in the has the genuine medical problem sensible way. So in … Continue reading De Railed Part 5 and thank goodness the end of the line.
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
I walked into my room this morning and stood still in shock. What had happened? A cyclone or has the Clothes Fairy exploded? Then I remembered the boyfriend was visiting and this is how teenagers clean up. Yes my youngest complained because her boyfriend was visiting and there was laundry on the dining room table. … Continue reading Has the Clothes Fairy Exploded?
In order to wake Alex from a dissociative/mute/withdrawn episode I sometimes use songs that attract her attention and simultaneously offer a reward if she can repeat the song. Singing a funny song preferably with actions wakes her up. By the time she can sing the song properly she is ready to safely walk around. This … Continue reading I Am Awake, Shut Up Mum
Ha Ha Ha, everybody else was wrong! Meaning, of course, I was right, how could you doubt it! The Mastitis is all gone. My ruthless, relentless draining of the infection worked. I have learned over many years of infections, sinusitis & abscesses. Cutting or in the case of teeth pliering out the problem & then … Continue reading I Told You I Was Fine
Monday the money we'd borrowed had finally hit our bank account and we were off to buy our new car. Our budget was a massive $4500. We went past over 40 car yards stopping whenever it wasn't obvious they didn't have any 7 seat vehicles. 3 out of 4 had no 7 seat cars, those … Continue reading The Quest for Mobility
This is a statement healthy people will never understand. It is part of the reason I believe it is so vital to tell kids if they have autism. I am happy I am sick because I feel absolutely dreadful, but if I'm sick and it has a name I might get better. I have heard … Continue reading Great News, I Might Be Sick!
Hi, just a quick note to let everyone know what I've been doing the last two days. I have been making a background book for a novel. Yes having started to write a mere 6 months ago I think I can write a novel. I was writing a book on autism but it is upsetting … Continue reading A Novel
First to all my caring followers I am absolutely fine, and so is the rest of the family. But I think its important to disseminate information about autism including subjective experiences. One day a really smart person will collect all these little tidbits and who knows what will & won't be useful in the final … Continue reading In the Spirit of Spreading the Message
My beloved computer was hijacked this morning. I turned it on and without any warning it began an update. It has been 8 hours of black screens & blue flashing lights with no sign of change. I am desolate. I have been writing with paper & ink; in this day & age its, its, its … Continue reading Help My Computer Has Been Hijacked by Windows 10 Anniversary Update!