Megan (jehoshabeath) wrote,

  • Mood:

Multiple facets

Are all of these related?

I feel overwhelmed by a disorganized room.
I quickly become overwhelmed and ill if I'm in a crowded, noisy room. I'd much prefer to step outside into the cool, quiet air.
I amass things to comfort me, but then feel stressed.
I can quickly discern bugs on the wall from nail holes, bumps, and stains.
When I write a chore on my to do list for the evening, I feel like that is my evening.
I feel hesitant to reach out and interact with the world.
I hesitate to pick up the rock on my desk, feeling as though I'm already over "full".
Once I take the rock and toss it around a while, I actually feel relieved - as though I have just a little more capacity than I did a minute ago.
I feel like my most common mood statuses here are "happy," "okay," and "tired."
When I was little, I loved picking grass, one blade at a time. I also loved picking the yarn out of the latch-hook style blanket, one strand at a time.

Fast-paced multi-tasking is extremely stressful for me.
I love tetris.
I procrastinate on large projects, but hastily attack small ones to reduce the 'to do' list.
I enjoy following step-by-step instructions.
I love watching the "wave line" that electrical wires make when watched from the window of a moving car.
I love line in art. That's why manga is so beautiful.
When I was little, I used to follow the groove on my headboard with my finger...over and over again.
When I was little, instead of napping, I used to look at the poster of a music clef and follow the curving line of the symbol with my eyes.
I like drawing and writing.

I love travel, motion, and the sound of rain and running water.
I love swimming, swinging, spinning, and jumping.
I enjoy memorizing short books of the Bible.
When I was little, I loved my sandbox.

It helps to take a step back to record what I've done and why.
I spend a lot of time looking around my room. When I handle the things therein, it's usually to reorganize or put away things.
I feel very responsible for managing my group house.
I feel extremely stressed when work expectations or instructions are unclear.
I like using my own special tea, teapot, and tumblers.
I am very sad when I lose things.
I take very good care of my things.
I love watching the same movies over and over.
I love biological classification. It was my favorite class in 6th grade.
I am an information professional, specializing in information "structure."
When I was little, I read and re-read name dictionaries.
I like codes and foreign scripts.
My contribution to the middle school mural was not a portion of the main wall, but a small, separate frame beneath it.

I love solid-built tables with spacious, clear surfaces - like the library table at church.
I love the open sky.
I love sturdy, big chairs that I can curl up in or couches where I can put my feet up on the back.
I like corners and walls.
When I was little, I used to empty the smallest cabinet in the kitchen and crawl into it.
In 6th grade, I loved coloring anatomical pictures of animals. In college, I loved dissecting organisms.
I love cell biology.
I like designing characters, enjoyed historical first-person presentations in school, and did cosplay in college.

My room at home is plum purple. I love it :)
There is a room on Capitol Hill painted rich red. I look for it every time I pass by the house.
I love the colors of the clouds and recorded these as drawings for months when I was little.
I love vintage travel posters.
I love the artwork of Alphonse Mucha.
Tags: art, aspergers, daily, life, me, questions

  • A little light of beauty

    I forgot how much I love this album... (tears) Oraanu / Cartographer by ES Posthumus I used to listen to this music while I wrote descriptive…

  • for the joy

    Our Lord Jesus "... for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross..." Hebrews 12:2 I often remember Psalm 22. But often I only remember the…

  • Kumi ori

    "Arise, shine; For your light has come! And the glory of the Lord is risen upon you." Isaiah 60:1 "Then He took the child by the hand, and said to…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.