Source: It’s been a nice weekend
I’ve been staying home a lot lately so it was nice to get out and about this weekend. In that aspect, I guess I don’t fit the “typical” Asperger’s stereotype (anti social). I actually like to get out of the house sometimes and interact with my friends. On the flip side though, I have no problem staying home in my room watching television alone. This weekend was especially nice though because it was just the right combination of socializing and alone time.
I enjoy intimate gatherings at the homes of close friends. In that atmosphere, if I feel any sensory overload, I can dismiss myself to an area that’s more quiet to regroup. Now periodically I enjoy a raucous good time in a club setting where I can let my hair down. Like I said, if there is “typical” Aspie behavior, I’m certain I can’t be put into a box.
It’s probably due to the fact that I have spent my entire adult life “adjusting” my behavior to fit into a neurotypical world. It’s also why it’s entirely possible for me to feel quite alone in a room full of people…
Source: Why am I doing this?
Source: Hello world!
I was wide awake as usual when I should have been sleeping. An idea popped into my head and well, here you have it. The posts won’t be long but I do hope they will be entertaining. Now please excuse me while I destroy this learning curve and get at it for real. I hope you enjoy my musings.