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Duck Tape

In 2017, Dr. Carolivia Herron read a dialogue we had written about an event seven years past. In it, we discuss bullying and how we as people respond to harm. Backstory When I was in 13, I was a student in a home school class that Dr. Carolivia Herron taught. I was 13 years oldContinue reading “Duck Tape”

Body Talks

Disclaimer: The topic I am writing on is one I am still learning. I am sharing my journey as I walk it. I sincerely hope that you find some value in this. As I grew up, I learned that there were things outside of my control, and that how I felt was one of them.Continue reading “Body Talks”

Partner Presentation

Here is my team-building activity. I like to do it whenever I will be working with someone new. Everybody figures out the following about themselves: How do you communicate? What are three strengths of yours? What are two areas you could be supported with? When you get overwhelmed, how can your teammates tell? How canContinue reading “Partner Presentation”

Ideal Autistic Vacation

No work today. Today’s my Vacation Day. I’m not taking time off work for this. I still work Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays. We work when works for us. And once a month, I take one of my Saturdays off and teleport somewhere for the day. It’s just a day trip, really. Felicia likes to takeContinue reading “Ideal Autistic Vacation”

The Pain I don’t Hear

The doctors trips began early. “Where does it hurt and how?” “Here, here, and here,” I would say. I got sick regularly and often. I knew what a fever felt like, and I remember going multiple times a school day to the nurses office. The aches and pains and chills in my bones were always.Continue reading “The Pain I don’t Hear”

A fair-skinned person wearing headphones. Their lips are painted red, and their eyes are covered by a big red block to obscure their identity. They are wearing a white long sleeved shirt underneath a black and white gingham collared, sleeveless button down that is fully buttoned. They stand against a backdrop of green leaves.

Clothes

The collared button-down makes my white anglo-saxon protestant (WASP) heritage happy. It is business professional. It is dressed up. I like layering it over a comfy shirt with 3/4 length sleeves. As long as the shirt underneath fits and is a neutral color that pairs with the outfit, it brings that quirkiness that is honestContinue reading “Clothes”

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