Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#49
by, 04-Dec-2013 at 02:51 (196 Views)
I have been quiet and alone most of the day.
I did check to see what is going on, regarding to my "wrecked" handicapped-adapted pickup truck.
It will be hauled up to the FORD dealership in Londonderry to get fixed.
Anyway, I am "confined" to home, and of course, there is no "Public Transit" here in the Nutfield Region of New Hampshire of which my Town of Salem is a part of.
Earlier today, while my younger brother was out running errands, I played outside in the driveway with my TONKA Wrecker Truck.
I pushed it with my feet, hobbling behind my rollator walker.
Doing that made me feel "happy".
After Lunch, I had a nice nap, lying still in my bed, flat on my back. Of course, I had "Precious", my soft "Baby Dolly Friend" in my arms and she helped me to feel "safe and loved".
After my nap, I watched some TV. First, I watched an episode of the documentary series "The World at War". I then watched an episode of the original "KOJAK" Cop Show. Then I watched an episode of "POKEMON".
It is late evening now, and I am "comfortable", wearing nothing but a diaper and socks.