One of the things that I had to overcome when I first was diagnosed was: driving a car. I know right? For me, it was a legit fear. Even before my diagnosis. I mean, c'mon I'm in control of a monster of a machine; one wrong move, and it turns into a deadly weapon in … Continue reading It doesn’t matter….
It had been more than a year And your name was one I thought I'd never hear Your manipulation moved at a faster pace To where I'm confused and left in a blank space So you want to forget about that night How you left after a fight But there is one thing you neglect … Continue reading Back there again
Growing up, things just didn't make sense. Little did my parents, siblings, and I know that I had what is called today as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) which covers all of the diagnosis from non verbal and verbal autism to Asperger's Syndrome, which I was diagnosed with at the age of 19. During high school, … Continue reading The invisible me
You've been gone for more than a year Your voice on the phone is all I want to hear I remember the times we had at home The outings, seeing you felt nice and warm Our times together ended all to soon Shorter than the cycle of the moon Every time I left I wonder … Continue reading Memories Lost
It ended to be the best season And for a very good reason For a small Iowa town named Norway A school board changed it in every way The events happened in nineteen ninety one On the field of green, a game was won A community in love with the game of baseball Never occurring … Continue reading Norway’s final season