I recall when my mother discovered how to pipe butter cream frosting roses. It was the first time I’d heard of wax paper, which is what the trays of roses went on when they went into the fridge. At about 7 or 8 years old, I was an adept student of frosting flowers. It (frosting) […]Read More #SugarArtForAutism, Kimberly Gerry-Tucker art, Cakes and cakes!
I sat on my specific recliner couch corner spot; in the Christmas-lights glow-quietness of having been productive and that glow of tired you get too, when you’ve done all you can. And the blanket was soft. And it was Christmas Eve but despite the wrapping and baking and decor (dollar store paper things with jolly […]Read More Ranting on random stuff
THE ART OF AUTISMAnnounces the annual WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH contest open to autistic artists.For more info, email KIM at: aoaWHMcontest@gmail.comDeadline Feb. 28, 2021. Please share widely! I enjoy flooding March on a daily Basis with an homage to women in art. #womenshistory #WomensHistoryMonth #contest #artwork #autisticartist #artoflove #artcreation #ArtofAutism sponsored by ArtLiftingRead More Art of Autism’s annual women’s history month Contest Closed
Check out this online conference, my bit was on at 2:15 EST Nov. 28, 2020, but the conference can be viewed in entirety. .. https://youtu.be/NLZRUlsYIMo Note: AsymptomaticSpread is real. Five people I love (a whole household) had #COVID19 The man pictured here has died. I don’t normally share things like this but here’s a link. […]Read More Online conference
My blog post is here today! https://the-art-of-autism.com/assistive-technology-helping-Seeing the person snd not just the disabilitymeans-truly-seeing-the-person-beyond-disability/Read More Seeing the person and not just the disability
My mother used to say “She’s not a gusher…” to describe me when I opened a gift and was not raving outwardly about it. Then she’d laugh nervously as she always did when she was describing me. Of course I didn’t have a name for me then, (flat affect, autism, dysthymia) there’s many names I’d […]Read More Covid Pasttimes
Hello. Below find my review of Odd Girl Out by Laura James. OddGirlOut review by Kim TuckerRead More I reviewed Laura James’ book Odd Girl Out -review by Kimberly Gerry-Tucker
…Continually in flight or fight, there has to be a middle ground that doesn’t fracture. It gets curiouser and curiouser…Read More I’m Introverted and I’m Different (and also a part of the same human race as you)
With my library closed, I’ve been doing more book reviews. I can obtain books I’m interested in and also read, which is something I enjoy.Read More My review of Jude Morrow’s Why does daddy always look so sad? and other notes
If you have time to read, here are some links to the earth healing due to Covid-19 and a few links to how animals are adapting. If you have any similar links, please post in the comments. Crime down in Chicago: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.chicagotribune.com/coronavirus/ct-coronavirus-chicago-police-new-crime-stats-20200331-utnr2apdtbdzhagsehlzvq4lvi-story.html%3foutputType=amp Indians breathe easier: https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN21A1BV Pollution plummets over China: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.axios.com/coronavirus-nasa-images-china-pollution-clears-7dd8961d-0627-4342-ab0d-029c872ced1e.html But of course humans […]Read More Covid-19 and it’s environmental impact globally
.my sore throat is from dust from cleaning closets. My anxiety though is from hell. I’ve not been out since Thursday. This is Sunday. I lied. I’ve gotten the mail on my porch. I’ve gone from low carb searching for ingredients like MCT oil, Miracle noodle fettuccini shirataki and Ghee to carb loading comfort French […]Read More Covid 19 sadness. Restless..
I haven’t much felt like writing. So this is all images. Here are a few more. Stay well.Read More Just art by me
Call for Autistic Artists for Women’s History MonthRead More (closed) Women’s history CALL FOR ARTISTS (Art of Autism) prizes
I was thinking how I’ve not been productive lately, artly speaking. And then I went through old canvases. I’ve made quite a few. The last few years 2017-2019 -has actually had quite the output. Some here are a combination acrylic and paper. Most are paper. In some cases, I’m posting portions of larger works. Like […]Read More Collage by KimberlyGerryTucker
As some may know, sometime in 2020, hopefully, that date is an estimate- Keri Bower’s film Desire is coming out. It’s a documentary-style film about desire and disability. It will consist of several cds, (6? 7?) and my youngest child and his girlfriend (along with interviews of myself and Al) will have one cd of […]Read More Detransition-My Child’s Journey With Identity
I have exactly one picture (that I can locate, anyway), of him as a kitten. Since he was born early 00’s, cell phones with cameras were not in-pocket and at-the-ready, to capture every kitten nuance. My husband was diagnosed with 5 yrs. to live and ALS had him confined to a chair, paralyzed, and with […]Read More Caring for a cat through every life stage, then saying Bye, till we meet again
Last year what a pleasure to see the art as it came in. This year it is open to adults and children. Send art to me (Kim) at firstname.lastname@example.org Flood me with art! Open to autistic artists, any ageRead More (closed) Call for Submissions: Women’s history month art
Last year’s contest for Women’s History Month in March, was a heartwarming enterprise. We’re doing it again this year, but having prizes for every age group, including adults. Please share this to friends. And it’s never too soon to send me submissions (every submission will be published on Art of Autism’s FB page). Send to […]Read More Contest: Art of Autism wants your art depicting Women you admire
It’s the pan drippings. I’m not a gravy person, really. The idea of all that extra starchiness isn’t appealing, but as the turkey needs to cook for so long, there’re those scents that permeate the house. You go outside with some recycling to put in the bin, into the crisp chill, then when you come […]Read More Thanksgiving That Wasn’t … and Then Was
If you’ve read my book Under the Banana Moon, then you’re familiar with this story I wrote that The Mighty published recently. Excerpt here: https://themighty.com/2019/11/als-diagnosis-contrast-fall-beauty/?utm_source=engagement_bar&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=story_page.engagement_bar/Read More ALS Sucks (excerpt from Under the banana moon) The Mighty
I have a blog here today at the below link. Debra says: “Today is not only Halloween (Happy Halloween!). It’s the last day of #DisabilityHistoryMonth . Kimberly Gerry-Tucker looks at some creatives and how their brains were wired differently. Fun read!” https://the-art-of-autism.com/9-great-teeter-totter-brains-with-the-brilliance-quirk-balance-disabilityhistorymonth/Read More Teeter Totter Brains
I don’t have a single picture of me in costume as a child. Rolls of film cost money then and we chose carefully what to take pictures of. But I did find this memorable costume which I actually wore. The Princess with the butter-yellow hair ……Read More Halloween Shenanigans
It’s Autumn, not winter. Let me explain. But first-butterflies. This plant attracts butterflies, like these pictures I took at the beach: (They let me get very close). A funny thing happened last night. I’m collecting these milkweed pods for a craft project I’ll eventually share here… so I’m keeping the pods on my bedroom shelf […]Read More Snowing in the bedroom
Here’s an intro short video to my son’s changes. Link to short video Art by Silas; Prisoner of TimeRead More My Rising Son
I see their heavy heads hanging. And last night’s rain that sopped the too-tall grass surrounding the tilted stems. Kind of making me feel heavy; over there with their petals in their faces. The sunflowers have nodded off. The glory part of their season seems over. I think nodding off […]Read More The Orange Comes, The Orange Fades
Someday, kiddies, you’ll learn about sex!
When I have an interest, I greatly pursue it- if “they” say I’m eccentric, I don’t care- I just do it…Read More Holy Dust Motes, Suess, Mime
Masking is a process in which an individual changes or “masks” their natural personality to conform to social pressures, abuse, and/or harassment. -wiki I enjoy making memes, they’re something I can do creatively that takes little time. I made the one above and these recently: I didn’t note the misspelling of “autistic” until yesterday and […]Read More My Family, My Updates, and Art
I read a book about a Buddhist monk…Read More Fluidity
Inspired by my Facebook friend Ruth Christine Mortimer, who recently posted photos from an 1800s cemetery near where the Bronte sisters lived, I decided to take some photos in a West Haven Connecticut cemetery. And here’s my favorite. When taking the picture, I did not see the dragonfly above the statue. Here’s a closeup. A […]Read More Angel Statues. Images from a cemetery.
Anxiety and Night Terrors You are having a silly dream. Maybe you’re walking with Rod Stewart and he face-planks and when he stands up has a bloody nose. (I had that dream…) But suddenly the silliness transforms. There are more shadows. Looming shapes. Sudden jump-scares. And then: IT. The ‘thing’ in the dream either […]Read More Painting My Nightmares
I’m reading this book: In Love with the World: A Monk’s Journey Through the Bardos of Living and Dying Hardcover – May 7, 2019 by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche (Author), Helen Tworkov (Author) Through the “bardos…” Bardos: Defined by wiki: ‘Used loosely, “bardo” is the state of existence intermediate between two lives on earth. According to Tibetan tradition, after death and before […]Read More Runaway Bardos, lessons learned in retrospect
At the ER, the nurse said suspiciously, “That looks like a defense wound.” NOPE. Just me being clumsy. I consciously think before moving any part of me and this is crucial in preventing ‘clumsy’ accidents. I have no autopilot. I have spatial awareness ‘issues’ too. (One of the reasons I don’t drive.)Read More Proprioception, ASD, Spatial Awareness and Perspective
I had the great opportunity to represent Art of Autism with my art at this event in Dobbs Ferry NY on May 30. Some proceeds will go to AoA -any purchases from any artist in the show (commissioned or sold) made up to 30 days after the show. Artists present: I caught many Sleeping Snorlax’s […]Read More Collection MMXIX Dobbs Ferry
…this feeling of helplessness and fear must’ve had a large effect on my psyche. This collage is all paper of course- maybe hundreds of pieces so far, and as yet unfinished. It is a depiction of a recurring…Read More One of these things is not like the others, a spectrum brain sorting life stuff- art and earworms
It sings! My son Silas works with crystals and all things spiritual. For those of you who read my blog about me not being able to get my singing bowl to sing, here’s an update. There was song in there after all! Here’s Silas:Read More Singing Bowl Update
My latest blog is here: https://the-art-of-autism.com/the-resonance-of-books-and-kindness/ Please ignore the typos! KimRead More Lexie and the rabbit
I had the pleasure of interviewing Katie Oswald. #women #actuallyautistic #makingadifference Link here: https://the-art-of-autism.com/an-interview-with-nomad-and-wanderlust-katie-oswald/Read More Katie Oswald: an #actuallyautistic woman making a difference
Faeries, babies, goddesses, oh my!Read More Faeries, Babies, Goddesses, Oh My!
…..I think of my birth mother who I met a few times before she passed and found out later she loved to tell stories about faeries and little people…Read More Gender, Desire, Art, Journey (not in any particular order)
My blog is here today. See link below image. It honors women. https://the-art-of-autism.com/women-are-phenomenal/Read More Phenomenal Women
THE CRUNCHER TRIGGER WARNING: descriptives of medical problems The facility who did my test follows the “Planetree” philosophy, which means: mindful of a person’s mind, body and spirit. As you’re waiting for your name to be called, there are ‘soothing’ colors, comfortable furnishings, free coffee bar and a water feature. There are snacks in a […]Read More I Never Knew Bella Blankets Existed (and other epiphanies, like understanding my own artworks several years after I made them!)
#Actuallyautistic …You don’t stop having sensitivities, communication challenges, being autistic… just because you become an adult.Read More Unashamed Voices- adult and still #Actuallyautistic
Here is the link to this blog https://the-art-of-autism.com/manifesting-our-reality-through-wish-boards/Read More Manifesting reality through wish boards
A quick blog post. This year I decorated sparsely, at least for me…being in the hospital for a few days a few weeks ago threw me. It really put a stick in my bicycle spokes, so to speak… I decorated the front door, in a weird but bright way. I also got around to hanging […]Read More Xmas Pictorial Musings
As I write this, Thanksgiving is a few days away. But yeah this is a Christmas post. An only child, it was often us three (my parents and I) against the world. When my mother had sudden unexpected heart problems in her 30s, it explained a lot: the reason why she was winded, did little […]Read More Christmas Passed
This post I wrote I recently preferred to send to #ArtOfAutism. And so I include the link here for you to read in entirety. Scroll down for link. https://the-art-of-autism.com/insights-from-an-autistic-woman-on-how-to-deal-with-holiday-stressors/Read More Navigating Holiday Stressors by an Autistic Woman
The purpose of this blog entry is to post an interview link from years ago. But first bear with me, or skip to the bottom and go right to the link 🙂 I get weird on 11-11 which is today, (as I write this.) It’s a day to celebrate those who have served our country. […]Read More KimberlyGerryTucker When Donna Williams interviewed me
….I know children in elementary school who are more cognizant of the way in which they speak than many leaders…Read More Trying to Deal
“Gee… good thing I’m wearing my glasses or I’d be wearing your mucous on my eyeballs.” How many times have I said that? I say it a LOT. #ElderlyCat #CatSneeze Yesterday my son got married at a castle outdoors. Here’s a picture of my youngest granddaughter. Windy and 45 degrees. But we bundled up. My […]Read More Unconventional Unconditional Love
He ‘encouraged’ her by remarking , “This is so good you would not know it was by a woman.”Read More Things I Learned From Books Over The Summer (incl. 40s sexism)
There are a few digital here, but most (90%) are collage/acrylic, collage, or acrylic. Putting the trees in one place, here in this homage to trees, painting and collage crops. Trees and more trees. Astonishes me how much time I’ve spent. Well spent I enjoy it. I never really realized how much I’ve painted trees…until […]Read More Give Trees a Chance- Visual Musings from an eco-artist
Hi folks, if you follow my blog-then you know I’m rarely idle. I encourage you to share this post. There was a time I did not want my artwork seen and in a way, that’s still the case, believe it or not. It’s hard to hit “send” when I share it. I talk about my […]Read More Help… I’m drowning in Paper!
Today’s blog appears on the art of autism site. But first, here’s a few artwork collages I’ve done recently. Here’s the link in honor of Peace month. Peace and diversity: We are all in it togetherRead More We’re all in it together.
When I had a presentation on a panel at Lesley college a few years ago, I was the only presenter who did not step up to the microphone and address the crowd. I had a prerecorded video presentation instead. It is not easy to do these things. It amuses me I chose the art room/pan […]Read More Video Presentation: School, Art, and Selective Mutism/Autism
I wrote this today. It originally appears in my book Under The Banana Moon but I’ve never shared it online before. https://hubpages.com/health/After-ALS-diagnosis-an-Attempt-at-Group-SupportRead More Attempt to be supported (After a Terminal Illness Diagnosis of a Loved One)
An only child of seven or eight years old with the long ribbon of summer unfurled ahead of me, I wouldn’t say I got bored a lot. I enjoyed my own company, the cat and dog, and the outdoors with its insects and trees, way too much to be bored. But sometimes I’d be in […]Read More When Life Gives You Tiddlywinks
This is a response to the writing prompt by Wordpress. It’s also serious. Won’t you share Daisy’s info and help her get home to Stacy?Read More (UPDATE: she was found) Help Find Daisy-lost in New Orleans
I had a fb memory flashback arise and I’d totally forgotten posting it in 2011. So I screenshotted it as I couldn’t get cut and paste to work on the flashback. Who knows why… Anyhow the poem is worth sharing. It’s timeless. Marge Piercy: Image from a salvaged vintage 1890s paper booklet on ladies’ interests, […]Read More Marge Piercy Poem
I shared these 1st two stories on my Facebook author page but I’m going to share ’em here for those who haven’t liked that page and read those stories. Walking The Dog I was traveling home from the Boston Post Road last week when I saw a young girl of 7 or 8 y/o walking […]Read More Balancing Funny with Not-So-Funny (mourning a tree like the over sensitive person I am)
I blame Karl Benz, among other inventors… He set up the world for change forever. Not that someone wouldn’t have come along and invented an automobile if he didn’t think it up. A means of getting from A to B quicker than horses; but so much more. The whole world then took steps to revolve […]Read More Ineffectual Loraxes Cannot Stop ‘Progress’
I’m sitting in a Doc appointment waiting room now; near a very pessimistic older woman who’s going on about her troubles; to her companion, a woman she didn’t expect to see here. They’re hugging because the companion’s name just got called to see the doctor. “Now don’t go putting anything on the air about what […]Read More Ugly smokestacks and wastes of time
Hello all. I’ve had a productive month of ups and downs, just getting over shingles actually. I’m feeling better. I hope to post actual WRITING here soon, instead of updates. But I wanted to mention the podcast interview that aired today. Link follows this post. I’ve been doing a lot of software work, digital art, […]Read More My Podcast Episode 37 at Different Brains Spectrumly Speaking
This is a confessional story. It has an air of “what just happened here?” and “kind words make a difference” and “sheer dumb luck.” It’s about forgiving one’s self, too. It was 1982. I was a mother at 17. Most everyone in my peer group was. I had recently lost my beloved Grandma to “old […]Read More CHIN UP: Comfort and Faith In a Hospital Room
My podcast with Different Brains will air March 26th. I had the pleasure of writing for Spectrum Woman. 🍀Link here: Spectrum Woman KimTucker That’s all for now!Read More Announcements
… If we can somehow tailor this so it is comfortable for you, is it something you would like to do? …Read More TWO and Fro
Here’s a random thing that happened recently: I was given a prescription for compression socks because I have an enlarged saphenous vein. Boy are those stockings stretchy! Last week, at a routine exam at my GP, I started removing my compression socks to get an EKG. Compression socks are so springy that one flew out […]Read More Random Insights, New Collage
Here is my combination Intro blog to Art of Autism and description of my proposed project. Please feel free to submit. PODSRead More PODS project seeking submissions
I bought myself a toy for Christmas and it was only around five dollars. I love microscopic pictures. Here is a visual blogpost of some pictures I took with my new toy. Yes, you are going to think some of these look like little planets, due to the viewer being round. Here are my favorites: […]Read More JUST FOR FUN: 32 iPhone clip on microscope magnifier Pictures
Great authors turn words of phrase into streams of consciousness. In Amy Tan’s memoir “Where The Past Begins,” she notes the significance of bringing/sending flowers to funerals. I used to wonder why flowers appeared surrounding and draped on caskets. Wasn’t this, I pondered, a cold reminder of life and beauty? A distraction for the living; […]Read More Where Does The Past Begin?
This blog post is interspersed with some of my newest paintings (no digital one’s here, these are paint) that I have been working on over the last few months. Some are collage as well. In some cases, I’m posting here just portions of the canvas as these paintings are in unfinished states. I’ve also been […]Read More I’ve Never Written About My MeToos (and I’m not doing that here)
So I’m doing this: My glasses are taped to the sugar canister in an attempt to stretch them. I’ve been doing steady at-home close work and so I’ve been wearing them more than usual… I ended up with a swollen and very sore scalp, which is painful even to rest on a pillow. My elbows […]Read More In Progress, An Unfinished Church
Sometimes I feel like a sponge.Read More Only So Much A Soul Can Bear?
I’ve been working on updating my personal author/artist website all week. Do visit! Tell me what you think. And if you’ve got a link you think I should add to the links page, send it to me. Here is the link. KimRead More Updates to my website
September sneaked up on me. I just had a few mini vacations: Vermont, NY, Massachusetts. And I got to walk on the beach this past summer. Now I understand that this is the last Autumn my Maple will drop leaves. It’s marked for murder. Every day the treecutters are closer and closer. September and February […]Read More You Never See It Coming
What is this plate? Does anyone know anything about vintage Cauldon plates? The mystery of this for over a decade is driving me nuts!Read More Cauldon? Flow Blue? What Is This Plate?
I don’t make elves anymore. I make little fairy village houses instead but I used to make elves. I used to snip pieces of fabric to sew into elf outfits. The elves I made myself and stuffed with batting – they were usually made of felt and clothed from things I found in my home, […]Read More Do you Name Your Couches Too? And other musings
I’ve never participated in a WordPress blog prompt. The prompt is “Disobey.” Here’s my take on that. If you google it, Disobey is a music video, an apparel line, and a website for the discontented. “The Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge will award $250,000 to an individual or a group […]Read More Prompt: Disobey
…I saw this old fashioned looking smoke alarm on the ceiling. “I bet that doesn’t even work,” I said-…Read More Aftermaths
There is a phenomenon in nature known as ‘crown shyness.’ Some trees have gaps in the canopy. Those reluctances to touch are intentional. When I think of trees, -when I depict them in paint or ink or graphite, I am most apt to ensure they intertwine, ‘holding hands in the sky’ (so to speak) much […]Read More Hangry For Peaceful Moments
My autodidactic passion for learning is perpetual. And Einstein is right. Question everything. There’s a reason for curiosity. It leads to lots of things. On that note, why would someone make curious art like this? Because they can. Because it’s cool. Art. Here is a story about a mural I painted years ago. The woman […]Read More On Curiosity
“My ideal teaching planet would have 8 to 10 rabid, maniacal, fanatic art majors… hungry for the zeal of artistic exploration (!) inspired by the mere hint or crick of the eye wrinkle of one my aging octogenarian professors (…yes Emeritus). When I was an art student, I immersed………Read More Finally reading 5 people you meet in heaven
I will never become accustomed to, I will never accept, nor will I become desensitized to or jaded by this culture of self absorption and violence, racism, and cruelty. Doing nothing means nothing changes.Read More An Environment Conversation and Awareness Through Art
That feeling of being disappointed over circumstance and powerless, apathy with life, uncertainty and indecision with the future. People around me, when they feel that way, when they’re hurting, my empath takes over and I just…absorb it. Because each self declared “stuck in quagmire” person who’s expressed that lately (in my circle) is an inspiration […]Read More From basalt to armpits, rebooting an introverted brain
The heat and rain have presented themselves in such alternating abundance this season, that the watermelon container garden is lovely with big leaf greenery… Fruit to come? ~dare I hope. The kale has been harvested once and was better than any from the store. Summertime does not mean vanity to me. I don’t fear the […]Read More I wish I could fly and other summer musings
I just looked at an ampersand ( @ ), which I usually do without thinking, a lot, because they are part of so many online addresses, and in doing so today I saw its shape for how it presents visually: […]Read More Basket of Possibilities, Faery villages and goat eyes
Oh the Power of Words, especially unspoken and feared ones, the ones we don’t ever want to hear, which lay coiled in wait for unguarded moments to strike. And when least expected. Unleashed, some words cut as if freshly sharpened from whetstones. And, of course, the opposite is also true: words can be blankets. Soothing […]Read More power of words
I’d written this a few years ago and wouldn’t you know it, I’d forgotten that I wrote it. http://the-art-of-autism.com/kimberly-creative-lady-on-the-autism-spectrum/http://the-art-of-autism.com/kimberly-creative-lady-on-the-autism-spectrum/Read More Just Being.
I am happy to say, that I learned more from the students at the collage workshop I ‘instructed’ last month than they probably learned from me. Here are some favorite photos from that day: This is the art table, my view from my seat, a long and lovingly nicked solid surface for our purposes. And […]Read More When your singing bowl won’t sing for you
Last year on “autism awareness day”, it was the first time I’d heard of 100s of cake artists, inspired by arts made by autists, making cakes inspired by their paintings. It’s not a Call-For-submissions thing, so I was surprised to get a tweet (out of the blue so to speak) saying #Enriqe Rojas from #HaveSomeCake, […]Read More #Sugarart4autism 2017
This particular blog is going to be full of images, I hope you enjoy. Here’s a pictorial log of what I’ve been up to. I find my little art room quite empty now that- “My paintings have left the building!” They’re in Lee Massachusetts #GoodPurposeGallery till Mar. 27, 2017. So, I’m busy trolling Pinterest for […]Read More Faeries, Busy-ness, Crafty Stuff or What I’ve Been Up To
I’m not sure about this statement: “The butterfly is proof that after a period of darkness, one can become something beautiful.” Metamorphosis is thought provoking. I’m not the first to think so and won’t be the last. I’m sure the metamorphosis of butterflies and moths too, has inspired people, from the youngest to […]Read More Present
Distraction is necessary for my sanity these days 😡This image intrigued me when I first saw it: From the site link listed at the end of the blog: “…..the eye is caught now and then by a huge spiral column of white stone standing out in relief from the side of a hill, and rising […]Read More Inspired By The Mysterious
Da Chen, a Chinese student who interpreted for English speakers, was not accustomed to indoor plumbing. He was set up in an air conditioned hotel for his first interpreter gig, with spectacular accommodations he clearly was not used to… He said he could — “hardly believe his stinky naked toes had once touched the carpeted […]Read More Musings of an Earnest Reader who Loves a Turn of Phrase
David Snape, a talented peer/blogger, has put some of my writing on his fab blog. Here is the link: https://davidsnape.me/2017/01/25/oops-my-aspergers-is-showing-by-kimberly-tucker/Read More Oops My Aspergers Is Showing!
I don’t have to remind you what Friday brings. You already know. I’m presently reading ‘The Lost City of the Monkey God;’ by Douglas Preston, a writer and explorer who ventured into an undisturbed Hondurian jungle for historic and archeological study. In the book I came across a description of the fall of Mayan society. […]Read More CHANGE IS AFOOT
In Bulgaria, the idiom “Friendship is friendship, but cheese costs money,” is one I came across and puzzled over for a meaning. From what I have come to understand it means not to take advantage of a friend’s generosity. Even if a person prefers isolation as their natural state of being, the symbiotic nature of […]Read More kudos Keri Bowers, Art of Autism