Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#198
by, 09-Aug-2015 at 02:29 (239 Views)
I apologize for being in "Adult Mode" for a while.
I have had a lot of Disability Rights Activism activities
to attend and be involved in.
Also, this past Thursday, I had to attend a barbecue
picnic for Asperger's Syndrome/Autism adults out in
Keene, NH at Otter Brook State Park.
Another thing I have been doing is some major house-
cleaning with my younger non-disabled brother here at
The downstairs Den room, which is supposed to be my
"living area" here at home had become too much of a
"catch-all temporary storage area for junk".
Yesterday when I hauled-away the trash to the Refuse
Collection Center here in town, I hauled most of the
Now the Den is starting to look more like a place where
I can scoot down the stairs to, to have my place to
watch DVD's and to entertain my friends in the Asperger's/
Autism Disability Community.
My little brother did recently get his hands on three good
used arm-chairs from a local community college which
closed for good in the last couple of years.
Of course, today I was busy again, since I had to attend
the local Global and Regional Asperger's Syndrome Partnership
Social/Support Group Meeting in Watertown, MA this
I am getting back to making daily multiple "basic" weather
observations at home and recording the outside air
temperature in degrees Celsius.
I am recording them into a "hard-cover" notebook.
Simply another Asperger's/Autism person "Special Interest".
I am making entries into this notebook when I can at
different times a day.
So far, I have 5 days of "basic" weather observations, minus
Barometric Pressure and Humidity.
I am making notes of the overhead sky conditions too.
As an Aspie, I have always been interested in Science and
the Natural World.