Like a lot of people my age and older I wasn’t diagnosed as a child or young person. I was in my late 30s and, again like a lot of others around my age, I had to figure it out for myself and it took some time. Here is how I came to that point … Continue reading Figuring out I’m autistic: A mystery solved
June 18th is Autistic Pride Day, which seems like an appropriate time to share my thoughts on “coming out as autistic". I’m in a few online support-type groups of autistic adults and a topic that comes up every so often is “coming out”: whether to, how to, to whom, when, why….? There are definite parallels … Continue reading Coming out as autistic
Or, arguably more precisely, the words are anagrams of each other. I like anagrams. I like this pair of anagrams. I like other pairs of anagrams too and will probably blog about the fact at a later date: feel free to scroll on by if that doesn’t float your boat. Or have a look, you … Continue reading Rainiest inertias: yes, it’s an anagram.
It’s hard to write an introduction when I don’t know what direction, if any, the blog will go in. I guess it’s useful for the reader to know something about me, but how much do I want to share? What do people want to know? What is relevant? The third question is hard to answer … Continue reading First post