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I resemble this remark!

LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!! This is perfect!! I cannot tell you how this fits us FASD folks! I could work all day and not be bothered by the talks and gossips of others. I just want to stay focused and do my work. People gossip, which I have never been one to be bothered with gossip. Nor do I think its right. There is so much more positive things to do in the world than talk negatively about others and spread rumors. I know socializing is important…but, I would rather do the work assigned than socialize. I love being productive! In fact, when I’m not, I feel lost, I feel sad, I feel stuck! Just give me something to do and I’ll do it till its done! Temple Grandin is such a great representative of those with neuro disabilities! She has accomplished and overcome so much in her lifetime! I had to post this quote because I sooooo relate to it. I was the photographer for a kid’s cancer camp in July. I worked the entire week and just stay focused. I had objectives. To take pictures and to put them together for the camp and a slideshow for the parents at the end of camp. I probably worked 12 hour days easily for 6 days straight. it was hard for me to take a break. I just wanted to do the task and not be bothered…lol. I’m that way with every job I have. I would just rather work than talk…lol…
FASD individuals can be very productive individuals. The one thing that makes me so upset is the constant negative that is out there! There is soooo much good about us and you would find if we are kept productive, there is less chance of problems. I know for me, I want what everyone else wants. Love, acceptance, and to be a productive, positive citizen. I love helping others. I love connection. Yes I do! I love doing! Not doing is idle time… Just like my blog the other day, having structure with lots to do makes for a healthy, happy Ann.

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