This image approaches what I "saw" when Ellie shared a color wheel spectrum.
How I observe "Spectrumicity" in other folks.
This post was first published on Sept 15, 2015, under the title "Things I haven't Shared Before Now," on the Spirit Train Chronicles site. I've edited it mildly. Previously, I had been reserving, for the STC site, posts that discussed my more unconventional traits and experiences.
I've experienced mixed emotions since I left the NKT/IKBU (thus named then) in March 2008.
In 850 words or less, that's my life until I learned, at age 56, that I'm autistic.
It feels odd to say, "Years ago, I used to blog every day," but my Leslee-ness yearns to peek out and blossom again.
Kara posted early, I’m sharing late 😉 Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
I’m not going to apologize for posting my Thanksgiving wishes two days early. In a year like 2020 has been, seems all bets are off and I think any measure of thanksgiving is welcome. I don’t think thanksgiving should ever have to wait.
This has been a tough year, no doubt. The stresses of the pandemic and, here in the U.S., the election have been draining. Most are exhausted as we hit the clubhouse turn of 2020.
For those of us who have sustained brain injury, we were uniquely qualified to deal with a situation that changed our whole world in an instant. While the lockdown freaked out most of the world, I have heard many from our brain injury community remark that not much had changed for them. Some even welcomed the quieting of the world around them.
I have posted before how I have recognized similarities in this…
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the pandemic suits my craziness
Fear and I have a dog-and-bone relationship. I'm so grateful I didn't chip that stupid mutt.