What the impudent preschooler was really thinking…

“Is she talking to me?” the child asks himself.

“I am getting eye contact,” he continues.  “But no, she must be talking to the kid to my left.  For all I know, she might even be looking through me to the kid behind me.  But she can’t seriously be calling on me again…can she?”

This is roughly what would have gone through my mind if I was capable of reasoning through a situation at five years old.

What situation, you ask?  Let me tell you about it… Continue reading “What the impudent preschooler was really thinking…”

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Betty White and My ‘Aspie’ Site

Well I called on Sheldon Cooper (all in good fun, of course) for the success of Forming Horizons last week.  Now that I’m in the middle of sharing my story, I turn to America’s favorite Golden Girl:

Rose Nylund, patron saint of “here’s-a-story-about-me,” pray for me!

Acknowledgements

(WP:NFCC#4), Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=36053526