Language of Perfect Meaning

Are you lsintenig? I am hree in the eceohs of thsee wdors mxied up, scmralbed hlep me put teogehtr my mnid from the mire palese haer my sreacm unedrsntad it in this naitve tonuge (one hreat) we all cmae born wtih. Wake. Need. Seelp. Cry. Are you litseinng? Am I? (one vcoie) Plesae particce wtihContinue reading “Language of Perfect Meaning”

Literally, directions don’t do diddly

Ways autistic traits impact my daily life #6 A pretty common trait among autistic people is understanding phrases at literal, face value. For example: “laughing my head off” or “stick in the mud.” Autistic people also tend to follow directions super literally, so “could you put the clean towels away in the bathroom?” results inContinue reading “Literally, directions don’t do diddly”

January 15th, 2022/life advice tastes good with rice

Today’s Prompt: What is a life lesson you feel everyone can benefit from learning? “Absolutes” Dear stranger to my brain, Some things must be experienced to be understood, but not everything must be seen to be believed. Sometimes, I believe I see what I’ve never experienced– My trials draw near parallels to another’s pain andContinue reading “January 15th, 2022/life advice tastes good with rice”

January 9th, 2022/ink to the bees

Today’s Prompt: What do people incorrectly assume about you? (my train of thought upon seeing this prompt: “I don’t know what people assume about me, it’s in their heads.” “Ooh, what if you knew what was in people’s heads?” “Ooh let’s write a poem about telepathy.” So here we are.) Thoughts don’t have edges theContinue reading “January 9th, 2022/ink to the bees”