I don’t have the bandwidth, train wreck. By Leslee & Midjourney with help from Goya’s legacy.
image generated by MidJourney AI on behalf of Leslee Hare 18 oct 2022 As recently as 2020, I still believed and behaved as if all human beings would act with morality, compassion, and fairness. Maybe that's why I fell for cult-like groups so many times in my earlier years. Somehow my Autism seemed to put … Continue reading an autistic trip through the design minefield
Last Saturday night as I fell asleep I made the request to meet with friends during dream time, hopefully aboard a "galactic lightship."
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.
In 850 words or less, that's my life until I learned, at age 56, that I'm autistic.
Fear and I have a dog-and-bone relationship. I'm so grateful I didn't chip that stupid mutt.
July 2020 will ring in my memory for a while. Not because of COVID-19, protests, elections, or wildfires. On July 7, a video chat announced that I'd lost my job. For the third time in four years, unemployed. My inner liberty bell rang — time to quit trying. The job-loss showed me how deeply Autism* … Continue reading writing — because i can