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Failure to Launch…

    So it’s taking me half an hour to get my computer to work each time I try to get on it of late… but that’s not why I haven’t been writing… And the whole family has been sick

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Personal Update #13 – Bikers For Autism Australia and Hospital Episode

I haven’t been online much.  Between my husband’s heart attack and hospital visits and my own hospital visits, and various other things going on, I’ve simply lost my mind.  Possibly it fell under the couch, or maybe I left it

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Posted in Autism, Disability, Education, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Mental Health, Personal

The Chameleon and the Girl with the Caravan of Art

Chameleon’s.  Girls and women with Autism are great chameleons.  We naturally copy the actions and words of those around us.  Trying to fit in.  Trying to navigate our world.  Trying to learn what it is to be human in the

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Wheelchairs – To Touch Or Not To Touch?

Ah… the good old wheelchair debate… to touch or not to touch the chair?  And if it’s OK to touch, then when and how is it acceptable?  It seems to be a question hanging around social media of late, so

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Posted in Disability, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

Hips That Aren’t Made For Walking…

I wrote on Facebook yesterday that I had given up.  That I was done.  That I may explain that statement in a blog post.  This is not that blog post.  This is another one. Something unrelated happened yesterday that I

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Personal Update #12

    Ok, so maybe it’s not number 12.  Maybe it’s my first ever personal update.  I’m not sure.  I have had this blog for years and I am too tired right now to go through all my posts to

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The Autism Puzzle Piece

For a person with Autism, the puzzle piece does not represent awareness. It does not represent the puzzle that is Autism. It DOES remind us that we “do not fit in”, rather than reassure us that being different is OK.

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