Back in October, Leigh suggested that I make a video during the Walk Now for Autism. I was too shy about the whole thing, but I've been thinking about it. And I think I'd like to make a video about autism, just not one in which I'm a central player. I think I'll go around and ask a question, the same question, of the people in my HFA/AS group.
In the meantime, I need to figure out how to make videos on my camera and how to upload them on here. I practiced on my favorite subject, of course.
So if I were to make a video, going around and asking my fellow autistics a simple question about living with autism, what would you like that question to be?
If you don't leave me suggestions, there can't be a video.
Okay, I can't leave without posting these two pictures.
This one is what happened when I tried to take a nice, smiley picture of Elsie and I. Instead, I got puh-lease put me down kitty and glasses sliding off and not looking at the camera because, wow, that's a really bright light Lydia.
And this is one of the ways that Elsie helps me to stay calm... she pushes her forhead against mine, as hard as she can. I love it.