Hello my lovely Bloggy friends,
I am thinking of writing a post, maybe later today, I already have the title. I’m waiting on God to help me find the right words. This could be a tricky one but as we all know the Alienhippy’s Blog is “A place where I can be me!” That’s my ups and my downs, I’m only human also I find that my Aspie way of seeing things is actually helpful when I am open and honest.
When I started this blog I didn’t intend for it to go in a Christian direction. But let’s face it my blog was a total accident and I never thought for a minute anyone would actually read anything I write. I know how much I babble and a lot of my babble is me going around in circles trying to find a way of explaining the loops in my head. I find it very hard sometimes to process and at Christmas there is so much change that processing is not something I have time to do.
The title of my post will be, “Have yourself a Merry little Meltdown!”… hehe, Eeek!
While I’m waiting to find the words
I thought I’d share this poem, I wrote it in November last year but as I have quite a few lovely new readers I would like to share this again.
I was reminded of this poem while reading a post over at Flappiness Is
Leigh’s sharing is so very inspiring.
Love and hugs my lovely friends.
Lisa. xx 🙂
As a child
As a child I would call to you, I knew you were always there
I had the words and a way to speak, I understood you’d always care
But as I grew the words got lost, the light then left my eyes
So at the floor I downward looked, I put on a masked disguise
I tried so hard to live like this, to fit and not be seen
A daily battle to wear a smile, In my mind I still had the dream
That one day you’d come and sort me out, and make my life make sense
You’d take away the pain I carry, freeing me from feeling so tense
So you called to me when I was hiding, by this time I didn’t even care
But you pursued and did not give up, knowing I’d meet you there
You took my hand and gently guided, you understood that I was weak
You walked the path and checked the way, giving me the heart to seek
You showed me love when I was alone, and filled my life with hope
Explained the way that I’ve been made, you now teach me to cope
You are my friend you are my Lord, and Autism is part of me
You really love me “JUST AS I AM!” so now I can just be free