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Saturday, January 27, 2007


I hear that loving trains is practically a pre-requisite for being on the spectrum.......

(This is a picture I hung up at my desk at work)


Christine said...

I can't see the picture :(

Christine said...

Yay, now I see it.

Lora said...

Awesome picture, I just love it!

Cecily said...

Hi Sarah,
I'm quite new to the whole blog thing, but just wanted to say that I really like yours.
I was diagnosed with type 1 this past June and have 2 autistic brothers (one is aspergers) so I can relate to lots that you write about!


Amberthyme said...

I have heard rumors that not everybody on the spectrum likes trains . . . however in my circle Thomas the Tank Engine rules!