Tuesday, December 15, 2009

I am the most vulnerable when I am undressing or bowling.

Wednesday, December 02, 2009


I dont wanna grow up.
Bring me all the toys you can find.
You dont wanna grow up.
You can be my partner in crime.

Friday, November 27, 2009

I love how you thinks its sweet when you whisper "I love you". Thanks for being sweet.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Dating an Aspie...should be interesting.

From now Im throwing my entire soul into this relationship. No more holding back.

This is a snapshot of what a friendship with a person with Aspergers Syndrome can be like by Carmen, a woman with AS.

Are you dating someone with Aspergers? People with Aspergers Syndrome (AS) range from mildly quirky to what you may call weird. And this can pose challenges for someone who is neurotypical or at least not on the autism spectrum. Some people call the neurological wiring of a person with Aspergers different while others consider it a deficit.

People with AS think in fundamentally different ways from neurotypicals. Some of these differences can be challenges to developing a love relationship and some of these characteristics can strengthen the relationship.There are several characteristics that are typical of people with AS such they may lack in social skills, physical awkwardness, and unusual interests.

Moreover, dating someone with Aspergers are likely to not take hints well because their brains are blind to this form of communication. They need to be told directly what you want them to do because they will never guess. Something else you should know is that they are also very honest people whereas you rarely won't get any lies from them because of their honesty.

If you want compliments all the time, don't date a person on the autistic spectrum. But if you want honesty at the foundation of your relationship then people with AS are good candidates.
Awkward physical coordination causes a person to look, to move, and to walk differently from other people. Since "normal" people avoid "different" people, those with AS are often shunned if they are not being bullied. They may feel lonely and yet not know how to overcome social barriers to friendships and love relationships.

When you begin to interact with people who have AS, you may find yourself struggling to deal with their social difficulties. But if you stick with it and work on understanding how they put together the world in their minds, and encourage them to try to understand how you put together the world in your mind, you will develop a set of loyal friends and even romance.

Gathering knowledge is deeply satisfying to a person with AS and sharing it is also a lot of fun. Another, a disadvantage to dating someone with Aspergers is that you may end up learning more than you ever wanted to know about that person's interests. Yet if you are intellectually curious, you will never become bored hanging out with a person who has AS.

If you want someone who is a little different but honest, loyal, and smart, then as one with AS would say, welcome to our world. You can have a wonderful experience dating someone with Aspergers.

Saturday, November 07, 2009

In and Out of Time: Maya Angelou

The sun has come
the mists have gone
we see in the distance
our long way home

I was always yours to have
you were always mine
we have loved each other
in and out of time

When the first stone looked up at the blazing sun
and the first tree struggled up from the forest floor
I have always loved you more
You freed your braids
gave your hair to the breeze
it hung like a hive of honey bees

I reached in the mass
for the sweet honeycomb there
God how I loved your hair

You saw me bludgened by circumstance
lost, injured, hurt by chance
I screamed to the Heavens
loudly screamed
trying to change our nightmares
into dreams

The sun has come
the mists have gonewe see in the distance
our long way home
I was yours to have
and you were always mine
we loved each other
in and out, in and out, in and out of time

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Oh Jim...

I think Im in love with Jim Carrey. Am I crazy?

Thursday, April 23, 2009

What can I say?

Im the happiest I've been in years! For the longest time I though depression was a normal way of life: it comes for months- then goes. And maybe for a college kid on academic probation this is true, but I didnt have to be. For reasons that i will not get into, I was in a very unhealthy environment with a very dear friend. We both suffered from depression; she more so than I. Whenever one of us got depressed, a spirit seemed to fill in our room and things got tense... and hard. It was was a struggle just to make it through the day. It happened all school year, for 3 years: the on and off depression. Now Im a senior, in my own room, and like I said at the beginning, Im the happiest Ive ever been. I thank God everyday that Im not in that situation anymore. I have piece of mind and control over the things that I allow into my spirit.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Fuck Facebook!

I am so damn tired of facebook statuses. Is it necessary for me to know what is going on in your mind at all times? Somebody save meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Tuesday, February 03, 2009