*whispers hello and waves*
Many things have happened.
Honestly, I've been falling apart in slow motion for about 2 years. And I think you know that!
Part of falling apart has included wanting to be more private about my life, for a change. I shared a heck of a lot with you guys over the past 6 years, and I just got to a point where I didn't want all of that to be out there anymore. So, whilst I will bring back some of the videos, a huge, huge portion of them will remain private, and I hope you can respect that. I in turn, will respect that some of them have been and continue to be very helpful for our community and will endeavour to either keep those ones public, put them back up, or remake them.
Anyway, for those who don't know, I left Chris a few weeks ago and I now live with my Mum again. I was deeply unhappy, and really, it's only now that I realise just how bad I felt. But I'm not going into it more than that.
I will try and keep my sites running, but they didn't tend to have a habit of making enough money to support themselves, and I don't have an income, so it might turn out to be a struggle.
I have a bunch of things I was working on, one off things like keyrings and necklaces etc., which you might not be bothered about, but I enjoyed making them and so I will list them for sale soon. Now I'm all set up here, I can try and focus on this again. I'm not promising anything spectacular because I really do need to have some time for myself and to figure out who I am now. And I honestly don't know if that can include being so dedicated to the Autism community, because I'm just so drained from it all. But at the very least, I want to make this into something that I'm happy to leave it at if I was to stop. Because currently, it's a bit of a mess.
I have branched out, socially, lately and have more 'normal' interests and hobbies and stuff, and it's nice. I'm really enjoying it. But I don't want this world to collide with my actual life, I can't explain why but it's just not a conversation I want to have, because for the first time ever, it's not painfully obvious that I have Asperger's and I love not having to explain why I'm weird!