As I write this I can see the tiny faded blurry bits of color I know are leaves. For me it is kind of sad because I remember the first time I saw them change color, which was only a year ago. The bright reds greens, and golds. I don’t want to be depressing, far … More Red, green, and gold
As we come to the end of national service dog month I think of both on all the things service dogs do to help the disabled, and how many people use the ADA to take their puppies, or dogs into places they don’t belong. Service dogs do tons of things including guide the visually impaired … More National service dog month
My long cane happens not to be a walking stick, but it is one of the nicer names it has been called. That white thing, the thing that you could use to protect yourself(I just don’t understand this one),the foldy stick. Most make me go hun? But the fact is my cane being called names … More Its a walking stick.
Like many Autistics I am both drawn to sensory input, and dislike like it. Depending on what it is it either makes feel wonderful, or makes me feel sick. To give you a idea I happen to very much like apples, but when I happen to try and eat one as I am watching tv … More The sound of music
I hope for a day of no more fear, of no more hiding, of no more wondering ”why am I so different”. A day where people are proud of who they are, and not worrying about ”why don’t I think like them”. A day where that girl who understands math better than most will speak … More I hope….
Don’t assume I don’t know about what a tether dog is. When I myself am Autistic, and use to wander as a child. I did not need a furry paper weight to keep me from doing this. Until I learned that I could not, and should not wander I was tethered to my mother. My … More Don’t assume I know…………..
The first time Autism was mentioned to my mother, she went on Autism speaks, and after she doubted the doctors, teachers, friends, and even myself, who believed that yes I was Autistic. I was 18 at the time. She would rather type in symptoms, and find something like epilepsy because it meant I her daughter … More Autism and me….
Not everyone is the same we all don’t look a like, like the same things, or even the same people, but then why do most assume blind people are the same? Is it because they regularly don’t interact with them? Is it because media portrays one type of blind person? I am new to the … More Not everyone is the same(even blind people!)