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Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#390

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1/2 past Midnight...
As usual, in Night Owl Mode.
I am slowly getting ready for bed.
Yes, I am in nothing but a t-shirt and my diaper.
On my computer I am watching a BBC documentary about the Battle of Waterloo hosted by British Actor, "Sean Bean" who portrayed the fictional Napoleonic Era British Soldier, "Richard Sharpe".
Yes, real history, not pseudo-history.
"Ancient Aliens" is bovine manure.
Yes, I will have some "regression" time today on Thursday.
From 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, I will play with toy cars and trucks.
3:00 AM to 11:00 AM is "Sleep Time" for me.
Noon to 3:00 PM will be going out on errands time.
On my shopping list is:
Baby Wipes
Toilet Paper
Paper Towels
$4.00 worth of Unleaded Gasoline.
(Yes, a little over 1.0 US Gallons of Gasoline).
On my limited income my driving range is "limited" to just "local" driving.
Being disabled with Autism and Cerebral Palsy I am not made out of money.
Yesterday evening I did clear out the driveway with the snowblower machine.
Left arm controlling the machine, and right arm using one of my forearm crutches to keep from falling and injuring myself out in the cold.
My younger brother did send me out for a 2 liter bottle of his favorite soda pop.
It only cost $1.00 at the Walmart on NH Route 28 here in Salem, NH.
I did also stop at the Wendy's Burger Joint in front of the Walmart for (2) $0.99 Cheeseburgers and (1) 4-Piece Chicken Nuggets for $0.99.
Being a Senior Citizen, I can get a small Diet Soda Pop for $0.00.
Wherever I go, I try to get as many "Senior Discounts" as I can.
I will note that "Regular" Menu Items at the Wendy's Burger Joint are shall I say, "Out of my price range", given my limited income and budget.
The same goes with adult diapers and adult XL sized disposable bed pads.
Simply a reality of life as a Senior Citizen.



  1. Illinoise's Avatar
    It seems to me your brother could have at least helped with the snow removal before expecting you to go on a soda run.

    But, wow, that takes some tallent to pull off that snow blowing task the way you had to do it. I bet occupational therapists everywhere would be proud of you. Serious "life skills" right there. - the Adult Baby / Diaper Lover / Incontinence Support Community. is designed to be viewed in Firefox, with a resolution of at least 1280 x 1024.