Tag Archives: creativity

The kid who knows who Stanley Kubrick is: Dreaming Big

I hope it is a good movie. It is going to be a bit corny – but it should be good. Mom will you help me?? Yes, you get things going and set up and then let me know what … Continue reading

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Spice of life!

Tonight H was quizzing me about my love of hot food, as I was adding chile sauce and cayenne and chopped raw jalapenos to my dinner. Ya… I like spicy… He was thinking and imagining and explaining that he was going … Continue reading

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There’s something strange in your Neighbourhood… Who’ya gonna’call?!? Aspie Creator!!

I wrote a kind of teaser post about H’s project the other day. The big message of this post was that when special interests are supported with opportunity… innovation, problem-solving, and positive development are inevitable! (Insert theme music) Doodo doodo … Continue reading

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Contemplating the box and living on the edge

Even when I was a child it was suggested that I was a different kind of thinker. “Wow – you really think outside the box…” I always feel a kind of pride in this as for me thinking outside the … Continue reading

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