This simple dish is a symbol of the transition to fall from summer. It can be a side or main dish. I recommend more spices and salt, but I like strong flavors. It was so tasty and cozy! Can be enjoyed warm or chilled. Ingredients Salad: Quinoa cooked 1 cupSweet potato 1 1/2 cups dicedContinue reading “Falling to fall Quinoa Salad”
Thanks to my amazing community, I was selected as the Four-Star Spellebrity for I-ASC’s Spelltember! This is a wonderful honor that I truly appreciate. I was interviewed by my hero Elizabeth Vosseller about my views on communication and inspiration. The interview is posted here. Below is an excerpt: “I find so much inspiration from soContinue reading “Spellebrity Interview!”
Wow! What an honor to be selected as a Spellebrity alongside these shining stars! So many of you nominated me that I was selected as the Four Star Spellebrity! Thank you to my community for nominating me. I am so moved by this! It is my first time being recognized like this. It feels amazing!Continue reading “Spellebration!”
I just posted this essay on Medium. It shares my thoughts as a newly emerging advocate for non-speaking autistics’ rights. I hope you enjoy! Please give me any feedback.
This is my first created recipe. It is inspired by summer’s bounty. If you don’t have these vegetables, it is easy to substitute tomato and squash. I made this with my sister and it was so good!
This is a poem I presented in July for International Association for Spelling as Communication‘s Neurolyrical Cafe open mic night. It is about disillusionment and conflict.
Written August 2020. I was inspired to write this after learning more about social media from my sisters.
I presented this at I-ASC‘s monthly Neurolyrical Cafe in August 2020. This has been on my mind a lot lately. It is a common feeling for autistics like me. Please try to understand.
This was written for the Cow Tipping Summer Writing Workshop earlier this summer, in about 10 minutes. The prompt was to write a humorous how-to article. I actually would love to do more like this.
This poem was written for the Cow Tipping Summer Writing Workshop earlier this summer. It was written in 10 minutes, but I love how it turned out. It is about missing my dad.