About Sam

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Whenever I see the word “About” I hear the Hokey Pokey in my mind… and turn yourself around…that’s what it’s all about! So now I am in a circle putting my right hand in and my right hand out. Dang visual memory and dang connection to song lyrics. Tis my life. Bouncing random words with their own personality, agenda and ‘irky-ness.’

I shall forgo the boring rambling intro and tell you straight up:

  1. I make up words.
  2. I eat chocolate for breakfast.
  3. I take myself FAR too seriously.
  4. I had to delete the word boy-toy in reference to my genius Aspie boyfriend, as I’d thought you’d take it the wrong way.
  5. This is a cool shirt.
    This is a cool shirt.
  6. My Non-Aspie (former) husband with Spock-like traits remains a cool dude.
  7. I thought about leaving out ‘former’ to confuse you.
  8. I have three teenage sons and don’t know how I survived the earlier years, like when I came home to find the babysitter (we couldn’t keep any around) pacing the room as my three-year old streaked naked with a broken bowl over his head and a stream of his second full roll of toilet paper trimming the hallways and living space as his two older brothers cheered him on. That and the time my two youngest barricaded themselves in a room to block their brother with a fire poker from getting in.
  9. Thousands know me by Sam, and I actually answer to Sam and turn around when I hear the name Sam and refer to myself as Sam. And use Sam’s Facebook page. But that’s my pen name and my real name is Marcelle. (I’m not French. I am named after my stunningly beautiful great aunt in Malta). So I kind of feel like I am taking over a made-up-person’s identity.
  10. Everyday Aspergers is my other awesome blog with over 1,200 pages of prolific writing. I still don’t know what alien form took over my brain.
  11. I am psychic, empathic and often times a pain in the ass–not like a cyst or boil or hemorrhoids, not even a pimple, but more liken to a small tag in your underwear that irritates you to no end because you have sensory issues. But now that I think about it if I am ‘in’ your ass does that suppose I am more like a polyp?
  12. I plan on returning to a happy-flappy state asap, either that or a looney state, or perhaps crazy naked-running-in-the-street stage. Something to that degree.
  13. I am all pruney from spending far too much time in a deep pool of self-analysis.
  14. I can write the most deep complex shit you’ve ever read and it all comes out in one sitting without editing. In case you doubt it here is PROOF.
  15. I am going to go force myself to sit in the sauna now, only because if I don’t, I won’t shower. And it’s been 3.5 days since I showered. I have a shower phobia.
  16. But before I do that I am going to MAKE my Aspie man read this out loud, so I can 1) process 2) laugh and 3) make sure I haven’t over-shared, but I am thinking I really need an NT (some of my best friends are NT…lol) to tell me if this is appropriate, but since most of you are Aspie I am assuming it’s all good.
  17. I am just going to keep on assuming it’s all good in general.

All the best to you ~ Sam (Named after Samantha in the series Bewitched, a fictional character who could wiggle her nose and make shit happen.)

This is me at 4. I loved to eat green apples and play in the gutter.
This is me at 4. I loved to eat green apples and play in the gutter.
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3 thoughts on “About Sam

  1. Love it – same here with the shower phobia…why the hell is that even a problem I often wonder – i know it takes a few days to fully get vitamin d from the sun and that’s all for the NTs, and the extremely over sensory aware thing is only heightened by the millions of bits of water hitting your body every second with extreme temperature changes going on randomly everywhere only to finish being either severely cold wanting the towel, and/or finished drying off only to start sweating, thus drying off many times and still sweating after putting your clothes back on to leave the bathroom looking like you just went for a jog, along with any and all I left out…but my favorites are the psychic traits and empath traits that are relative to a built in spiritual understanding of things, using perhaps more of our brains potential then average by default suggests evolutionary characteristics, whole brain thinking, etc., etc.

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