Taking the Plunge (Again)

So this is my first blog post in a long time.  I can’t even tell you exactly how long because I impulsively deleted both my blogs last year sometime – this was a few months after deleting my Facebook and Twitter accounts as well.

I have been back on Facebook for a while now and finally decided it was time to re-engage with Twitter and blogging again.  In person, I tend to be pretty introverted, especially in large groups, but I have always gotten a lot of positive energy from connecting with people online, and I miss that sense of community.

I don’t have one set direction planned for this blog; I envision a mix of personal and introspective posts along with things like book reviews and autism-related entries.  I have been on a major reading kick lately, so I have lots of books to share, and learning to parent a teenager with autism has proven to be a challenging and rewarding endeavor.

By the way, if you’re wondering about the photo attached to this post, it was taken at the Museum of Ice Cream that popped up in New York City earlier this month.  Among other things, they had a “ball pit” filled with plastic sprinkles!  It was a fun place to visit, and we had some great ice cream to boot. 🙂

So, leave me a comment to let me know you visited and what you are most interested in hearing about.  You can also follow my blog to get notified of new posts (see the sidebar to the right if you’re on a computer or scroll down if you’re on a mobile device).

Thanks for stopping by, and I’ll talk to you soon!

4 Replies to “Taking the Plunge (Again)”

  1. Hi! I’m TheSilentWaveBlog writer. Found you by your finding me. 😊. I love your writing style! I followed your blog too ❤️


    1. Thank you for the compliment and the follow! I’m glad we have found each other now. Just read your post about asperger’s and depression – such perfect timing for me to read that now as I’m sort of on the edge at the moment.

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      1. I’m glad, too :). As lonely as it can feel to be on that edge, please know that you have support <3. I don't know what I'd do without the fantastic WordPress and Twitter communities out there. They've been the single most therapeutic factor for me; I hope you get the same warm fuzzies 😀

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