Last week or maybe a few weeks ago, my mom had the Roomba going. You know, the robot vacuum. All the dogs are scared of the Roomba, but it’s funny to watch Molly. She’s immensely curious about it. Sometimes, though, this stupid vacuum gets stuck … Continue reading Advantages of Curiosity
When I had this unmistakable urge to write, I never imagined starting a blog. I thought I’d publish a book or something. Yet, I felt called to write, so strongly that for years I would say, “I’m going to be an author!” That’s still my … Continue reading Breaking Glass
So very recently A lot as happened. Then sometimes it gets me a little anxious. I've decided on a career path, and I've decided that the school I want to go to is too far for me to just drive (that's 2 1/2 hours away) … Continue reading Pray for me
Family is very important to me, much more important than money, but I’m jealous of other autistic adults (and even kids!) who have siblings both older and younger who understand and include them in their lives in a way that they’ll never be alone. Or … Continue reading The Invisible Disability
In the few months that I’ve worked at Chik-Fil-A I’ve met a ton of different types of people, most of which I’ve encountered at the coffee shop and some that are brand new types of customers and coworkers. Although I’m excited for every customer that … Continue reading Just like me
I have thought of this for months! But I couldn’t find the right words and now I think I have. But first, a bit of some background… I just turned 22. Before I graduated high school I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome (Which a month … Continue reading Let me lead!
Some days are harder than others. Everyone experiences this to a point but not everyone allows the noises around them get the best of them. Yesterday, while helping out a pair of customers, I did a number of things wrong including not listening to my … Continue reading Overload