Own up; who’s made it impossible for me to leave comments? I’ve logged out and logged back in again but nothing works!
There are blogs that I want to comment on, which I don’t want to click “like” on because the content isn’t happy-happy-joy-joy and liking a post without being able to tell a blogger why might cause offense.
Yes, I probably worry too much and take things far too seriously and literally. That’s what us
Vulcans Autistics do, I’m afraid. Sometimes I wonder if it’s the NT world that takes me too literally though. Or perhaps I really do cause offense without that intent – it isn’t always fun being Spock’s grand-daughter, you know. Although sometimes it’s cool, because many of us are different in extraordinarily wonderful ways.
As an aside, I’ve clubbed my anxiety issues over the head with a large rubber mallet and am going to be visiting my local WI later this month to see if I want to join. Apparently they are decorating hats for Ascot this time; I haven’t decorated a hat since I was six years old and so this ought to be fun. It also means that D can’t tell me off for buying a hat. Result!
Will they want North Springfield’s Pickling Pagan on their team though? I hope so, as a lot of my hobbies are going to waste at home. I could be making delicious relishes, jams, pickles and sauces for the community – at no cost to me (as far as I know, the WI would pay for ingredients and jam jars). I could be teaching a whole new generation of cross-stitchers – needlecrafts are suddenly in fashion again and I’d bet my last pound coin that there are people around here who would love to take up a needlecraft skill if they only knew how to start.
Or I could just sell the red cabbages that I won’t have a chance to use; I think we planted a few too many here.
Sorry if I’m rambling. I had a bit of a meltdown at some door-to-door salespeople last night because salespeople are worse than religious callers (who will at least go away if you ask them nicely instead of sticking their elbow in the door frame and calling you a liar). Then I suffered Status Epilepticus later in the night. I really must get that looked in to, as it’s been happening far too much lately.
I shall be back later, if I find that I can comment again. Otherwise today I shall mostly be a Games Geek.