Sunday, May 15, 2016

Want people to accept people for who they are and not judge them based on what they see on the outside.  Whether people are meaning to or not, they look at me and automatically assume that I lack intelligence.  Kaylie makes a nice friend and will always mean what I say.  My leaned on parents like to have conversations with me and hear my opinions.  The teaching that people need is to learn from blogs written by myself and other autistics like me.  There are so many of unsung heroes out there who are working tirelessly to make the world a more tomorrow. 

Long tomorrow for everyone to make an attempt to get to know someone better who is autistic almost more than they do today.  Making an easy really good friend would be the result.  The best friends are good listeners and I've had a lot of practice.  We try naming kids as retarded and living in their own world, but actually we are smart and living in the same world, we are just locked in bodies that won't listen, making us seem weird and indifferent. 

Really more spots in which I'm interested in improving.  Tried tomorrow to order interesting things to like to try doing with my time.  I'm bored with YouTube.  I'm sick of stimming on the same Barney videos I've been watching my whole life.  Need caring attempts to do new things with me.  As I get older, meaningful activities don't seem as overwhelming.  I am sorry time is poached by my sister's many interesting and time consuming activities.  We really pine so much for something positive to look forward to.  Take a chance.



1 comment:

  1. Hi Kaylie! My name is Meg and my son Finn likes your blog. He is five and nonverbal. I read your blog to him and he really likes it. He seemed to really agree with the stuff you said about getting bored with youtube and wanting to try new things. He likes your pictures too. Thanks for encouraging him. Keep writing!