Back in October, Leigh suggested that I make a video during the Walk Now for Autism. I was too shy about the whole thing, but I've been thinking about it. And I think I'd like to make a video about autism, just not one in which I'm a central player. I think I'll go around and ask a question, the same question, of the people in my HFA/AS group.
In the meantime, I need to figure out how to make videos on my camera and how to upload them on here. I practiced on my favorite subject, of course. So if I were to make a video, going around and asking my fellow autistics a simple question about living with autism, what would you like that question to be?
If you don't leave me suggestions, there can't be a video.
Okay, I can't leave without posting these two pictures.
This one is what happened when I tried to take a nice, smiley picture of Elsie and I. Instead, I got puh-lease put me down kitty and glasses sliding off and not looking at the camera because, wow, that's a really bright light Lydia.
And this is one of the ways that Elsie helps me to stay calm... she pushes her forhead against mine, as hard as she can. I love it. Read original post
About Me: I'm 22, a Christian, and a recent college grad with usually-high-functioning autism, though it depends on the day. I'm trying to figure out how I can live the life I've dreamed of with autism in it. The photo is from Disney World, right before we went on the Safari... possibly the most excited I've ever been in my life!