Little things that make this aspie happy

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08 Jun 2012, 9:00 am

Music. I find it really helps when I'm sad or stressed. I also like to talk to people on here, sometimes I actually look at previous posts on topics just to remeber what went on and so it seems more like what went on there really did happen.

And I like to dream as well. It doesn't happen very often. So I'm glad when it does.

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08 Jun 2012, 9:05 am

The little things that make me happy:

I'm really shy, but when I get up on that stage and feel that everyone loves my performance, I just can't get off that high until the next day :)
My laptop
The movie Dirty Dancing
When random people come up to me and complement me
The smell of rain
Camping in a tent &
My beautiful cat Nedu

EQ: 8/60|| AS: 172 of 200|| NT: 30 of 200|| AQ: 47 of 50|| You are very likely an Aspie.
Society think's I'm crazy...
That's not what the voices in my head say.
Don't ever call me normal, or I will bite you to prove you wrong.


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Joined: 28 Feb 2012
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08 Jun 2012, 11:42 am

-reading in a cozy, quiet setting
-researching or engaging in your special interest
-being inside doing something you enjoy
-being able to stim in your own privacy
-people/transportation being on time
-having a schedule/agenda for the day
-being around friendly, respectful open-minded people
-having unlimited access to the computer


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08 Jun 2012, 6:32 pm

* in the summer, having lunch under some plum trees in the back yard. My cat usually comes over, plops down and hangs out with me.

* like someone else mentioned: climbing into clean, cool sheets at the end of a long day.

* the smell of vanilla extract

* having a day where fragments of poetry pop into my head spontaneously

* having a day where no words pop into my head at all

* hearing a good song in a movie or on TV and succesfully finding it on iTunes

* cooking something new and have it turn out really well