Saturday, February 22, 2020

Love Those Calendars

If you have been around awhile, you already know about DC's calendar obsession. Every calendar must be changed first thing on the first of every month, if I can keep him from changing them the night before. It is a thing with him. So much so, that we seem to accumulate more calendars every year (No one needs 4 calendars in the kitchen - no one). He loves going from calendar to calendar and flipping each one.

(See: Calendars and #ItsWhatsNext)  and So...What's Next? )


Last week DC had an appointment with his neurologist. It's a tiny very cramped office. When we were ready to leave, DC stood up and said "One more thing" to the doctor, which I found odd because he really does not like this guy and rarely talks to him. He got up turned around and started fiddling with what I finally realized was a calendar hanging on the wall behind him (I don't know how he even noticed it there).
The doctor, looking a little confused asked me what he was doing.
"Your calendar must be on the wrong month and we shall never leave a calendar un-flipped"

FaceBook, February 20, 2020


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“I tell stories, most of the time; single individual stories about this or that. Some may be written with humor and some may come across as “Oh, look at the cute thing DC did or said” (he does crack me up at times) but my object is always to make people understand how his mind works, never to "make fun of him"

It is difficult to explain “his” autism to anyone without resorting to 1000 examples and 1000 stories. So I tell 1000 stories to make clear that there are other sides to autism than the characters seen in TV or movies."
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