Nature is something I have always connected heavily with. I, honestly, hate humans as a species. They are far too loud and inconsiderate. But, plants, man? Those things lift my spirit up. The feel of the grass on my bare feet and the smell of freshly picked herbs are some of the best sensory experiences… Continue reading Walking Children In Nature
Being disappointed as an autistic is much more difficult than people might think. I, personally, get very excited and build things up in my head, whether it be a social outing or a material item. If I get disappointed, say the social outing was cancelled or I didn't win the yarn I wanted in a… Continue reading Fuck, I Wanted To Win That Yarn
As 2020 draws to a close, I wanted to make a list of resolutions and goals for the upcoming year. I know 2020 was a major shit show for most of Earth's population, but it was kinda my best year ever. I grew in so many ways this year. I am truly not the same… Continue reading Do Your Worst, I’ll Survive Another Year
People seem to think they know what is best for us autistics. I can't begin to count the number of times people have thought I couldn't do something. People just automatically assume that I am less capable than a neurotypical. A great example of this for me is the last time I moved. My cousin… Continue reading The World Is My Oyster
I get to go to the yarn store today which means everything I say and write will probably be about yarn. Y'all get to join in the fun. My birthday is coming up and one of my amazing boyfriends is taking me out yarn shopping today! I'm participating in a knit along with a podcast… Continue reading To The Yarn Store We Go!
Knitting is probably my favorite way to stim. Everything about it is pleasing sensory wise. I love all the color possibilities, the yarn textures, the glorious click clack of the needles. Knitting also involves very repetitive movements, and what autistic doesn't want more of that in their life? I also love the fact that it… Continue reading What Up My Knitters?