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my favorite stims

Stimming is a common thing humans do.  Stims can be comforting, stress reducing, pleasurable.  I made a video (with Ming’s help) about my favorite stims.  The CC works pretty good; it says stems instead of stims, but you get the idea. Thought you might like to see what I do.  Or you might like some… Read More »

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amazing ritual

We did an amazing ritual the other night.  It was the night of the day we went to Gilcrease for pumpkin picking with UU friends.  I didn’t actually pick a pumpkin, but Ming did.  Here’s me holding his pumpkin by the car. I roamed the place by myself, for a satisfying morning walk.  Felt good… Read More »

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when I was homeless

I was taking a desert walk with Ming, thinking about when I was homeless.  Thought I would tell you about it, reader, if you don’t mind. friends I have a lot of friends who have been homeless, way more homeless than me.  But sometimes they mention it, and I feel super-sad.  I get a punched… Read More »

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seasons change

My dear friend asked me a question, and I thought I would answer as a blog post.  This is about how seasons change and I change along. summer’s ordeal Summer is a long ordeal here.  May it starts getting hot, and then June through September is blazing.  October can be hot still.  So almost half… Read More »

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how I changed my mind about confidence

I thought confidence was pretending.  “Fake it till you make it” is too sad.  I’d rather not fake anything. My mom was impressed with confident doctors.  When she told me that, I felt like I was going to puke.  She wanted a doctor to come off as knowing stuff.  I would prefer a doctor who… Read More »

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what stops change

Hey, there was a meme I was dissatisfied by, so I had some commentary, made a list of my own, of what stops change, in my life. I realized it would make a terrible meme because it was too much.  Then I realized there were factors inside me and outside me.  So I thought I… Read More »