How to create a female with Aspergers
Gather unworldly ingredients selected from the finest of giving spirits
Place the all into a one-of-a-kind crystal bowl of beauty
Sprinkle in lots and lots and lots of unconditional love
Add a dash of spunk and assertiveness
Blend in gigantic masses of insight, perspective, energy and focus
Layer in aspects of divinity, forethought, accomplishment and inner-truth
Add sliced and diced reality
Stir in heightened awareness with a spoon smothered in wholesome goodness
Taste for the pure sweetness
Crack open the shell of authentic being and let the light drip into the blessed mixture
Whisk with wit and wisdom
Inhale the aroma of tender-hearted empathy
Embrace the healing sunshine in soothing hands
Form into cute balls of reasonable gratitude, generosity and forgiveness
Let the happiness of service and angel-kisses tickle the senses
Peek at the forming essence of angelic eyes of knowing
Watch the dough rise with the delicate rays of understanding, freedom and creativity
Bring into the creation the nurturing warmth of spirit
Divide and blend into the form of one cherished being
Baste with opportunity, benefit and connection
Cook until tender but firm in belief, integrity, and strength
Set wings upon her hopes and dreams
Place her on the window of soul-knowledge
And in joyous celebration let her flight be a light to the world
~ Samantha Craft, Everyday Aspergers
23 thoughts on “412: How to Create a Female with Aspergers”
You fly well, Sam. Love that double loop you just did:)
thank you; what is my double loop… not sure… I think I know. If you see one there must be one! 🙂
What a lovely way to be described!! Only you Sam! 🙂
soak up the honey, sweet stuff. 🙂
Ahhhhh,YES!! (and thank you, I Am Soaring!! Finally!)
Yay! Soar high!
Lovely post, Sam! Wishing you a heart-filled day! ♥
Much love to you 🙂
This descriptor undoubtedly has its roots in the incredible author who penned them… Ireckon thwy deacribe Sam to a “T”!
Sorry for the typos yesterday… I must have been really tired, Sam. My last line should have read, “I reckon they des ribe Sam, to a “T”!!”
lol… with my dyslexia I never even noticed! What a kind comment. Thank you. 🙂
Beautiful…you could also be describing my daughter 🙂
With the crack of the whip
and the slice of the sword,
smash her into pieces.
Let teardrops roll along her face,
sting salt into her wounds.
Leave her to lie, crumble and erode
’til you’re sure there’s nothing left.
watch her grow.
She springs forth
as if from nothing;
has she changed since before?
Fragile and fractured, she’ll guard what’s left
with a need for no one and
She heals herself
with sugar and honey,
and the memory of bitterness haunting.
A drum in her head
which never does cease
demanding that she listen.
When it’s struck hardest, she can not ignore it,
she breaks again many times.
Still, she has honey
she can heal herself many times more.
amazing and so very lovely xo
I was diagnosed with Asperger’s at 4 and I write poems and write/tell stories. I also read things online and not online. I’m smart, creative, sweet, spunky, honest, assertive and capable of deep thoughts and emotions. I cried (a little) when someone I’m a fan of was upset and in the hospital. He was upset he couldn’t do his thing. I’m really energetic. I can leave my parents behind without even running.
Wonderful and delightful. 🙂 thank you for sharing. I can see you are a bright and loving person.
Well I have written/made poems and could do so again if I had any reason.
I also have a sense of humor. I’m witty and I like puns.
Me, too! 🙂
I shall tell you that I believe I have cooked up another fine aspie, 8 years ago. She is wonderfully delicious!