2019 was a really mixed year for me. My Girlfriend of nearly two years left me and I still don’t know what I did wrong. My favorite fireworks show ever ended to be replaced by a glorified pyrotechnic commercial. My favorite place in the world is being torn apart and watered down before my eyes.… Continue reading 2019: Year in review
It has been a year since I last updated my story and I feel I should bring it up to date with this update.Me and my Girlfriend have been seeing each other for a year now and are both very happy. I was forced to withdraw from college due to the fact that there is… Continue reading Postscript: The state of my life
I had started entering the world of online dating about a year before I met the CAP-G Producer. After the falling out I doubled my efforts and for months I had a few close calls but no real success. It was obvious most Neurotypical Girls were not interested in me and I did not disclose… Continue reading Epilogue: New Hope
Where To now? Since leaving Vanguard and losing so many people who meant so much to me, I have continued to try to live as best I can. I completed an Audio production course in College and with my Uncle John made my first big serious recording, a cover of the Beatles, “If I Fell.”… Continue reading Chapter 11″ Where to now?”
In Mid-August 2010 I suddenly realized that there were people my age and younger who were already living by themselves, halfway through College and higher up on the social ladder than I was. My years of trying to escape adulthood had caught up with me and the reality of my situation sunk in. … Continue reading Chapter 10:What happened?
During Summer 2008, it felt like a whole new world was within my grasp. I felt a sense of accomplishment for my graduation yet was relieved that I still had some sort of program at Vanguard to keep me grounded with my past. I don’t think it would have been comfortable me at that time… Continue reading Chapter 9-In Business
In one moment at the end of the camp I hated, I instantly became a more empathetic and caring person. I also began to realize that I was not “one of them,” that I was my own person. I learned to empathize with them but I knew that I had my own potential and that… Continue reading Chapter 8-The Amazing Turn-around
On the last day of school, “Catherine” told me that she did not want to leave her current boyfriend, who had not taken well to the news that she was planning to dump him for me. She said had re-thought her decision to go out with me. I felt completely heartbroken and had an… Continue reading Chapter 7: Heartbreak and self-discovery
Even more than the pivotal summer of 2001, Summer 2003 was probably the busiest summer of my life. It started with a baseball game between the Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox, which was notable for being the first complete career game win for then-rookie pitcher Brett Myers. I really got into the game, interestingly… Continue reading Chapter 6: The slow re-adjustment
Any transgression of mine on September 10, 2001, would soon be a thing of the past. The next day of course would be a day I and almost every person in the world—or at least in the United States—will never forget. It was a typical morning when I went to school, a beautiful late… Continue reading Chapter 5: 9/11, The end of childhood and Mentally challenged?