Working with my mind is easy.
Working with the body is trying.
Working with both is plain torture.
(Working to point to spell isn’t always easy. In fact, today is a good day, so here goes.)
The worst feelings in the world autistics feel are as follows:
Working to point to spell with others is lovely. Waiting in silence, to find a partner to spell with is the worst feeling. Working to plan for the words I want to share is the worst feeling. Working on having to plan my words limits everything I have to share. Working on losing those words is the worst feeling.
Working on the autistic’s far-going quest to access communication keeps my resolve going. Working on the resolve to keep working on this is the worst feeling in the world. Forgoing the autistic’s quest is the worst feeling in the world. Leaving the autistic’s far-going quest indefinitely is the worst feeling in the world. Working to make the best use of our limited opportunities is the worst thing in the world.
Working to make use of the love autistics have for other autistics is the best feeling in the world. Working together with autistics on our far-going quest to be seen worthy of education and opportunities is the best feeling in the world.