Autism: C'hele's Story

January 30, 2008

Autism: Kids Shoudint be mean. By Michaela.

Filed under: Aspberger Syndrome, Autism, Special Needs — C'hele @ 05:10

O.k.  I wasn’t going to post another of my daughter’s writing. But this is so cute, I couldn’t help myself. I also promise not to make a habit out of it and bore the heck out of you all, lol.  It’s just that I am so thrilled that she is taking seriously to writing down the things that “pop” into her head.  Enclosed is a cute little essay about other kids, meaness, and autism.

So here it is:

Kids Shoudint be mean

hi im Michaela.  rite now I am going to tell you about a problem in my holle school?  My classmates are geting made

fun of by the other kids in the school.  when I her kid’s call me and my classmates mentall or Losers or werd it

 mack’s me sad.  It gets me sow sad that I gust want to cry! 😦  I said to mom I am mentall I am going to tell them

this?  me an my classmates are not mentall we are not Losers or werd we are atisteck!  atisteck kid’s are not

mentall thay all wan’t to be normall just like you but thay can’t becase thay born like this and thay are going to have

to live with it for the rest of ther life! I thinck thay are atisteck because thay have bin givn a gift to do somthing graet

 that some normale kids can’t do  let me point out one thing!  the richist man in the world is atisteck.  know do you

thinck atisteck kid’s are mentall?  that I can’t ansir for you  only you can ansir that?  I feel sorey for my classmates

because kids are calling them mentall and werd and lorsers.  the kids now are calling them names are macking a foll

of themsellf!  if you are wandering why a 12 year old kid rote this is because I am atisteck and I understand but!  I am

only a little bit atisteck not fulley!  I wish kids worint so mean like this but we are going to. rememeber one thing the

richist man is atisteck!  are atisteck kid dum know?  thinck about it!  that is all I have to say is thinck about it!

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7 Comments »

  1. Yes, she’s right. She’s artistic.

    Smile.

    Comment by Clownscape — January 30, 2008 @ 06:24

  2. You are certainly not boring us! You have just created a new segment in your blog: Michaela’s Musings! 😀

    Comment by vroni1208 — January 30, 2008 @ 07:44

  3. C’hele! C’hele! What a kid you have! I am on my feet clapping. And I am bowled over by her spelling. I sure am thincking about it all, Michaela.

    Comment by Average Jane — January 30, 2008 @ 08:15

  4. She’s a great spirit… and spunky. I love her.

    Comment by Vanni B — January 30, 2008 @ 10:51

  5. Clown: Love it! I think so too, 🙂

    Vron: *Whew.* Thanks for the reassurance- and your right! I have created a new segment in my blog! I love that: “Michaela’s Musings…….hmnnnn!” LoL

    AJ: It was SO hard not to laugh when I first read this outloud in front of Calea. I think it’s sooo cute. When I saw the word “thinck” again, I thought of you right away *chuckling.* My daughter is too funny.

    Vanni: You have NO idea just how spunky. As much as she drives me nuts, I can’t imagine life without her! Yeah, *sigh.* I lubs her too. (That’s how she used to pronounce love).

    Comment by cheles — January 30, 2008 @ 19:31

  6. Haha, now I think I understand why you had so much trouble getting her to attend the school that you tried so hard to get her into. Talk about having her own mind!

    Comment by waxingstrange — January 30, 2008 @ 19:55

  7. I hope you continue to post Michaela’s words and thoughts. This was powerful, and I love that she is writing and that you are posting it here so her voice is heard. As you know, my son has been the victim of the most horrendous bullying (at school and now even when he goes to the local park and runs into old classmates) because he’s “different.” The approach he takes (some of the time) and that I encourage (all of the time) is pity for them and their displaced anger, closed mindedness and low self esteem. But still, it hurts and it takes a lot of strength to rise above, as Michaela has done. Bravo!

    Comment by Sherri — January 31, 2008 @ 09:40


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