In the last year I have picked up the expression ‘this is how I roll’, although I haven’t a clue where I got it from. But it just seems to sum up so many things for me. Instead of trying to explain my quirks and odd behavior I just add ‘that’s how I roll’ and leave it up to the receiver to decide what to make of it all…I’ve got better things to do than try to explain myself.
I have joined the masses on Facebook and have a love\dislike relationship with it (for example why isn’t there a dislike button for wall posts?). But what I do like about it is that I can see what my friends are up to and get involved from half way across the globe. Recently, my friend Tia posted this link for National Autism Month. I always like to support friends when I can even if it’s just a quick shout out to say hi, I’m in Italy but I do care about what is going on in your life. Tia’s son Michael is autistic and I also have other friends whose children are too. Tia’s son is awesome. I only met him once but I loved his energy and love of everything! His enthusiasm was contagious.
Today I ordered this really cute long-sleeved t-shirt which was designed by Max another child with autism. It’s perfect and I can’t wait to get it ; )
Click on the link if you want one too!