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Raggamuffin

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  • Been doodling my logo in graffiti for hours with chisel tip markers. How can people abuse solvents? The smell gives me a headache. It's grody.
    Aspychata
    Aspychata
    That's beautiful. I met a soul mate but he isn't ready for me. Maybe in another lifetime. He is on the spectrum. Your timing is right. You quit your job and she came into your life.:) sorry this ended up in the wrong post. Lol
    "A 2021 systematic review Trusted Sourcefound that there’s a link between insecure attachment in early childhood and developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) later in life."
    Spent the night printing and framing. Ran out of A4 frames now until 50 more arrive on Monday. Phwoar. I need to unwind now. Been at it all day.
    Another highly productive day. Another afternoon of exhaustion. I need some "me time" but I keep wanting to get more done ready for next Sunday's craft fair.
    Went out in peak heat. Haven't felt 38C since I was 14 and visited Germany one summer. In direct sunlight it's too much within a minute. In the shade it's not too bad. Drove to the woods - A/C struggled to be super cold. Sat in shade and had a smoke and ponder.
    Aneka
    Aneka
    38C in the shade or in the sun?
    I'd worried I wouldn't find the drive to do daily work on my art/business. But it's finally started happening naturally and I'm happily investing hours a day into building this up.
    Went into Cambridge with Meg in the convertible car. I dressed up quite smart and got a lot of looks. I mean...a hell of a lot. It started tiring me out towards the end. 2 people shouted Peaky Blinders...
    Got back from London after collecting my pictures from the gallery. The owner asked if I had anything else on, and I said I'd be starting art & craft fairs soon. He told me that's how he started out too.
    Today was my last therapy session. She was pleased to hear about me meeting Meg, and how things developed. But also how much introspection and discussion we'd done before engaging in anything physical. When the therapy session was over, I gave her a warm hug goodbye.
    This sounds dumb, but I'll ask anyway. Didn't you just start a PM/Inbox conversation with me? I really thought I saw that you had.
    tree
    tree
    Now I see. It was a Private Chat conversation, not a PM/Inbox.
    Raggamuffin
    Raggamuffin
    I can't seem to see the private chat conversation option, other than when I oringally selected it to message you? Also, can you advise what the turnaround time will be for blog approvals, as one has been sat awaiting approval since Sunday.
    tree
    tree
    Oh, no wonder you haven't replied to anything I've said in the Private Chat you started with me. If you can't see it, would be pretty hard to reply.
    Me and Meg hooked up today. She's leaving in August, but there was clearly a growing and mutual connection. So we're going to just enjoy these upcoming weeks before she's off, and make some happy memories together :) Just made a blog entry about last night. This week has truly been remarkable in many ways.
    Raggamuffin
    Raggamuffin
    Yeah, met in a meadow. Then spent 9 hours that day meeting up and chatting. Then an evening watching another sunset. Then she went with me to London. Then we spent the past 24 hours together by the river, then chilled in my parents garden all today. But the feelings been growing, and is mutual - so why not just enjoy ourselves? It's a few weeks. The honeymoon period where everything is fun, fresh and exciting.
    Raggamuffin
    Raggamuffin
    Righto, she's parked up nearby, so we're off to watch another sunset and camp out in the van. :hearteyes:
    Forest Cat
    Forest Cat
    I see. Well, I'm off to England to find a meadow. I hear they have magical meadows over there, where people just run into friendly women. ;) Good luck with everything.
    Anxiety in London was intense. Dizziness and nausea were severe. I'm glad Meg was there for support. Felt calmer on the drive home
    Slim Jim
    Slim Jim
    I can handle crowds, But really busy places...who needs that!
    Drive to London. Anxiety wasn't high. In fact it was quite the adventure. Drove over London Bridge. I feel honoured my work will be there.
    Raggamuffin
    Raggamuffin
    Asked Meg (the archaelogist) if she wanted to come to the private viewing at London Bridge tomorrow night and she said yes.
    Luca
    Luca
    I'm really happy for you :) You're a great person and deserve this kind of positivity in your life.
    Met a nice woman at the meadows. Archaelogist, dreadlocks, dog owner, lives in a van. She has a warmth to her. We exchanged numbers. Bueno.
    Slim Jim
    Slim Jim
    Cool...happy b-day. You exhanged bueno, those are tasty. yum lol.
    Raggamuffin
    Raggamuffin
    We're meeting again this evening.
    Raggamuffin
    Raggamuffin
    Spent nearly 5 hours chatting and watching the sunset in various spots. Then she invited me round hers and I met her brother. We had coffee and a smoke together. Chatted for another couple of hours. A goodbye hug that easily could've led to a kiss, but Romeo might want to play it slow. If I dive in head first, I tend to start feeling both amplified positive and negative emotions.
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