Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#63
by, 15-Feb-2014 at 03:34 (395 Views)
Not much has happened to me in the last couple of days. I have taken time to be "little" at naptime this afternoon. Cleared off my handicapped-adapted car to go grocery shopping. Being on Social Security, I do not purchase "high-end" food items like "Steak". That is simply "too expensive" for me. I have to settle for Hot Dogs, Sandwich Meat, and other lower-cost items. The only "entertainment" items I purchased for this "fiscal month" are 1 NERF "ZOMBIE STRIKE" FUSEFIRE Toy Gun, 1 "My Little Pony, Friendship is Magic" "FLUTTERSHY" Beanie Baby, and 1 ($5.00) DVD of "Roy Rogers Cowboy Movies". The rest of my money is to pay for food, medicine, and "bills". 2 days ago I paid off my Vehicle Liability Insurance, "renewed" my Driver's License, and made the 1st "finance" payment on my "new" used Handicapped-Adapted 2010 Ford Focus 4-Door Sedan. I have checked my calendar, and next month on March 6th is my Birthday. Since it will be the "end" of my fiscal month, I will have nothing in the way of cash to purchase myself a little Birthday Present. Such is the case, when a person like myself with Autism and Cerebral Palsy has as his only means of survival, "Social Security", not "employment". At least, I do not have to worry about getting my car "registered and inspected" until March of 2015.
I am guessing, that like me, a lot of other "disabled" Adult Babies like myself are not made out of money.
At least I have enough diapers to get me through the weekend as a 24/7 diaper-wearer.