In England, a basket on the porch becomes a purgatory for deliveries deemed perilous. In Spain, families don blue ribbons to silence the ‘balcony police,’ who jeer at passersby they think may be breaking the local ‘stay home’ advisory. In India, a child puts his fears into pictures, drawing a round blob with spikes in … Continue reading Autistic in a pandemic: Stories from around the world
Sometimnes, you don't realize that you have been through so many changes that sometimes you need to let them sink in and adapt to them. It may be to the point that it may be a lot for me and I may not realize that its overwhelming.
Today is Autistic Pride Day! Autistic Pride Day, originally an Aspies for Freedom initiative, is a pride celebration for autistic people held on June 18 each year. Autistic pride recognises the importance of pride for autistic people and its role in bringing about positive changes in the broader society.
Yesterday was my first day back to work at my physical site in 3 months, 2 weeks and 5 days.
In gaining my skills to regroup for the next chapter in my life, I have made the decision to do a blog series on Adulting. The third installment I have chosen to write about is getting up and starting your day.
To do anything anymore that isn't "normal" for me causes burnout! Today, I went to the a large farm store, dollar store and the store. The first two places involved a great deal of walking, which this for the second week has become difficult for me because of the pandemic and being home more.
Recently, I have discovered my need to be more ambulatory, mostly because the COVID-19 has made me home-bound working both endeavors on the computer, as it has for many. It can cause us to be irritable and say unfiltered thoughts
Today, I got to attend my day program for the first day in nearly three months. I was a little apprehensive about being safe once I returned. However, after seeing the interaction of the members there virtually from my home, I realized that I would be fine.
In gaining my skills to regroup for the next chapter in my life, I have made the decision to do a blog series on Adulting. The first installment I have chosen to write about is going to bed.
Well, two weeks of the YELLOW phase and we here in my area of my state are entering the GREEN as little as six hours ago. While many businesses and things are presuming to become somewhat of a normality, to prevent from retreating back to YELLOW or even RED, we must still follow restrictions that I am learning to adapt to.