Liz Jackson is an inclusive fashion designer. She was here in Austin for a SXSW panel. Yesterday Liz Jackson tweeted about a SXSW conference with the unfortunate title of “The End of Disability.”
I spent February in Connecticut with my brother, and his wife, and playing with their two adorable toddlers, Di-di and Buddy. But mostly, I went to write. Connecticut in the dead of a long winter is a peaceful wonderland of nothing happening. It’s snowy and tranquil. Nothing to do but write.
Henry spent the fall working on a red MG sports car outside the window of my bedroom. He wore a thin white t-shirt and looked for all the world like a blond Marlon Brando from Streetcar Named Desire. ( see attached picture. Rather than post a picture of Henry and embarrass him, I have included Marlon Brando. Enjoy).
My CP Aden has his cover revel today. This is a great, fast-paced YA action adventure.
Olympus is rising…
Yesterday I found an abstract for a scholarly article about distraction written by Dr. Kalina Christoff and I got pretty excited. She is researching “introspective thought processes” as well as “spontaneous thought processes such as mind-wandering”.
Like everyone else, I make unrealistic New Year’s resolution. By January 3rd, I've trashed most of them. Here are six smart phone-related New Year’s resolutions that I have made and subsequently forgotten: @Lcreedle
It’s a truism that there are as many different kinds of neuro-diversity as there are neuro-diverse people, yet there is one thing that unites us all.
Holidays are hard for us. I have yet to meet anyone ND who doesn’t have a disastrous childhood holiday story.
Mine happened when was when I was thirteen. I wanted to make snow ice cream in the blender. My mom said I could if I hurried, and cleaned up after myself. My grandparents were due to arrive at any moment.
One of the best things about being ADHD is that I don’t have to unfriend people on Facebook or twitter. All I have to do is lose my phone. It happens all the time. And it’s great. I recommend losing your phone every couple of weeks or so.