“Instead of coming to people for comfort, he may be overly attached to a toy…or a pet.” Kathy Hoopman, All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome
I love ‘objects’. I have a tendency to humanise objects. Looking at an object someone owns can often stir up more emotions than simply looking at the person. I sometimes treat an inanimate object better than a human. It is harder to be angry with an object (other than the phone). It is easier to communicate with or via an object. I talk to the rain and sky, the trees and flowers, the birds and cats. They aren’t just objects. It’s never just a toy. It’s not just a thing. They move. They talk. They feel. They have memories. They are real. They are my friends. This is my Hundred Acre Wood.
My childhood friends
My travelling companions
‘Wombat’ says hello to Fifi from In My Asperger’s World
Trust me, you are looking at a picture of a cat. 🐱
You should always be yourself, Pooh!!
Christopher Robin: “Because you’re different and people don’t like things that are different.”
Pooh: “So, I shouldn’t be me?”
Christopher Robin: “No! No…you should always be yourself.”
Pooh: “Now this is very confusing.”
“People say nothing is impossible but I do nothing everyday.” Pooh 🎈🍯