Have you met a perfect person? Ever? I haven't. We're all a bit weird. Everyone has quirks! Children with autism/aspergers are teased all the time because of their differences....when we are all different and that is what makes us special. I'm joining in with HomeStyle Mama, Ancora impartial, One Tired Mama and Parenting with Asperger's Syndrome in sharing with you my weirdness!
Please take a moment to share at least one of your weird tendencies or quirks and post them at the end of this blog. A young man wants to know. It may make him feel more 'normal'...whatever normal' is.
OK. Here we go.
I put mustard on almost everything I eat.
I have a big nose.
I hate looking at myself in the mirror.
I wore Army fatigues for a year while in high school. The 80's man. Thought I looked so cool with camouflage parachute pants, white t-shirt, black high tops, and an official Army jacket with my last name on it. The same one my dad wore when he was in the Army.
Speaking of the 80's, Madonna gear....need I say more.
When I'm home I don't like to listen to the radio. Instead I'll put in an old movie so I hear people talking.
I memorize movies and pretend I'm part of the cast. Beetlejuice is my #1. Pretty in Pink is #2.
I only fold laundry if it is piping hot from the dryer.
I play with the kids and watch TV in the basement but will NEVER sleep down there.
I hear ghosts.
I don't trust anyone but my husband.
When I dream about being in a car crash I receive unexpected checks in the mail.
One time my husband and I had the same exact dream and a joint check came in the mail.
I'd rather clean toilets then do dishes.
The older I get, the more moles (or beauty marks my Mom used to tell me) I get. YUCK!!
I love being alone or alone with the kids.
My favorite hobby is to repaint a room in the house.
I think Sponge Bob is freaking funny.
I'm sure there will be more when I publish this but that is all for now. Please share at least one of your quirks or weirdnessess ( I like to make up words also) with us. A young man wants to feel 'normal'.