Nature miracles, Photographs, What ever

Water plays with spider net

Mother Nature is a great artist! Anna

Nature miracles, Photographs, What ever

Blue skies

...but different kinds of blue Nope, there was no rain in this cloud Nope, there was no rain before this rainbow, strangely  Moon is up before sun goes down right now. August moon 🙂 I hope you all have a good day Anna

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Couple of years ago I did get out of my comfort zone and visited Stockholm. It's not a long or unpleasant trip. I'm just lazy and do not like Swedish big city traffic that much, so my trips to Stockholm are few and don't happen very often. This visit was a birthday present from my… Continue reading Fotografiska

Photographs, Trosa is the place, What ever

Winter walk in Trosa

            I had a nice walk today in my neighborhood 🙂 Anna    

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Shadow me and some trees

Shadows in water are fun 🙂 The picture kind of reminds me of this John Bauer painting of princess Tuvstarr. Anna    Evening sun and maybe an animal in front of my feet? How did that creature get there?

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Garden friends

These little creatures are living in my garden. I think they are beautiful 🙂 Anna  Limax maximus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   Deilephila elpenor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Blogging, Introvert/extrovert/HSP, Reblogs


This is a great post from Aspiblog.

I think We are all humans and we are all different and also should be that. I’m a half hearing person, but don’t see that as an error that need to be cured.

I don’t know all about being autistic, but I can relate to some things that often is labeled as autistic. I once read a book that opened my eyes totally. The author tells about her childhood as an autistic girl, only she doesn’t know about it until she’s adult.
Her story was very interesting to read and I could recognize some of her experiences.

I’m just a High Sensitive Person (HSP), but after I read that book I realized I could have “choosen” the autistic things as well, but I didn’t.

It’s nothing you really choose, but with more courage I could have been more autistic in my childhood than I dared to be.

I don’t know if the book is translated, it should be but you can read about the book here. If you read Swedish 🙂

En annorlunda barndom – Wikipedia (a different childhood, author Iris Johansson)



This post is by way of a public response to two blog posts that I have recently encountered. I am writing this because in twitter speak I am #actuallyautistic.


The post that first planted the germ of an idea for this piece in my mind was published by Autism Mom under the title “Sometimes I don’t know what to think”. In it she mentions being at an autism related event and hearing someone talk about “curing” their son’s autism.

The other post that helped to spark this was published this morning on under the title “15 things I tell my friends when they’re facing an autism diagnosis”. As a sample of what to expect I offer two paragraphs (they are not contiguous in the actual piece)…

Be wary of “cures” and “recovery.”
One of the first books I read about autism was…

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Perfect match?

daffodils and drops of water and sun påskliljor, vattendroppar och sol          Anna

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Seagull kid/Måsunge


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More about seagulls/Mer om måsar

For some years, they annual returns to the neighbor's chimney. Builds a nest, lay eggs and incubates. When the eggs hatch, it takes a few weeks for the kids to venture down to the ground. The past two years, they have taken the gutter down. After that they live on the ground until they are… Continue reading More about seagulls/Mer om måsar

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White Spring

Woke up this morning and found this. Beautiful, but I want Spring without snow, so I hope the sun will melt the snow away.Vit vår mötte mig utanför fönstren i morse. Vackert, men jag gillar vår utan snö bättre :)Anna  

Pastel paintings, Trosa is the place

Right now -the best of places

This post is an answer to:HarsH ReaLiTy Challenge! | HarsH ReaLiTyRight now I live in the best of towns. The snow has left our area! Spring is on its way. Birds singing outside our windows and despite the rain and the wind that some days overdo it, we have a lot more sunlight than a… Continue reading Right now -the best of places