Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#110
by, 10-Aug-2014 at 03:31 (373 Views)
Again right now, I can hardly stand and walk. As an older
adult with Cerebral Palsy, overextending myself has con-
sequences, in that I am too fatigued to move at all. Today
I was @ this month's local GRASP - Global and Regional
Asperger's Syndrome Partnership meeting, which was a
walk along the Upper Charles River, because DG was un-
able to reserve a meeting room @ the Watertown Free
Public Library for the usual Support Group Meeting. At
least I had used my 4-wheel rollator walker, which is a
stable platform to push and support me with my arms.
I do have to go to bed and get up at ~ 7:45 AM to get
ready to go to church. When I return home, on my chore
list, is to clean my Guinea Pig pet friend "Ernie's" cage.
Ernie Guinea Pig friend comforts me. He is so very soft,
gentle, and loving.