From Aspie Penguin…
It appears my wee PA has decided to make a couple of more appearances on her blog. She even signed on to Twitter to talk. Now she has forgotten what she said somewhere. I will need to help her sign back on to find it, but we can do that later. More importantly, I think this proves that she is not quite so clear regarding her mental faculties. Nor her physical ones, either.
So, I have come here to tell you a few things.
- No matter how long it may take her to compose anything online, even if it is merely one sentence, it stands to have a significantly high probability that her words will make little sense.
- As you may or may not know, wee PA can be ridiculously stubborn. Even to the point of believing she can get 5,000 mules to climb the Swiss Alps in one hour. Thus, she may take on too much regarding things online. This is completely unrealistic as she does not have the capability for it. See point #1.
- Today, she felt even more guilty about not responding to people online. This, after writing the first post that made her feel guilty enough. That was one week ago. After she wrote her post last night, the first thing she did after waking up was get on her blog to reply to someone! Anyone! This is an ongoing problem. No matter how slow she may think she is regarding her blogging habits with her readers, 24 hours to her can actually feel like 24 days. I will need to monitor her carefully to make sure she does not go over the edge! See point #2.
- Wee PAs mental state is a little strange at this point. One moment, she should be given the Nobel Prize for the most razor sharp insights, obtained with diamond-like vision. Due to everything that is going on, please trust me. I assure you, she is lucid when these things occur. Then, in another moment, she is not walking through an emotional minefield, she actually is the mine. Here, it may be worthwhile to see all the points above.
I think that is all I have to say. Although, there are a lot of times when she would really like to communicate with people. Unfortunately, it is still very challenging right now. She is still quite sick.
We will handle it slowly. Since this all started, everything has needed to be dealt with on a day-to-day basis. That fact has not changed.
In a little while, I think I will help her have a bath. She can in no way have a shower! We need to pay special attention to this next one, too. She lost her balance a little the last time. Luckily, there were no injuries. However, later in the day she hit her head. Being her typical, stubborn self, she refused to wait for me to help her take out the garbage. She stood up and her head landed squarely on the kitchen counter.
Sometimes I really wonder if I get paid enough to do this. Oh, but I love her. Love is all that matters in the end, correct?