Friday, 31 August 2012

Off for a little break

Hi everyone, I'm going away for a couple of days with my Grandma and Granddad and will be back late on Sunday. I'm hoping to post again then, but it's also Mums birthday on Sunday so I might not have time.

I'm so happy with all the donations. I need just £11 more to reach £300 now, so if you would like to donate, please do. I've got a great giveaway coming up on the blog soon so please keep reading.

Have a great weekend, it's my last one before going back to school next week :(


Thursday, 30 August 2012

mmmm Pizza

Today mum and dad took me to pizza hut! Was it good I hear you cry.... Yes! It was goooood.
I got a bit excited whilst I was there and couldnt stop laughing! I was then pretty hyper and could not calm down, but didn't get in trouble, thanks mum and dad. Mum and Dad blamed it on the 2 glasses of Tango that I drank. I blame it on Dad having the biggest bowl of ice cream from the ice cream factory that I have ever seen! Mum was also a bit shocked at the size of the bowl.

Dad had a great email today from The Sock Shop. I'll tell you more about it very soon hopefully.

I will be going on a little holiday for the weekend with Grandma and Granddad tomorrow morning so I won't be able to post anything for a couple of days. But will hopefully have lots to say when I get back. I'm hoping to be back in time to blog again on Sunday.

Speak to you all soon, please please keep donating and I hope you have a great weekend.

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Donkey Day

Today I went to see my great nan, and she really is great. We decided to go to the Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth. When we got to the Donkey Sanctuary, we went straight to have lunch. I had a tuna mayo and sweetcorn sandwich and mum, dad and nan all had a pannini. Then we all had a slice of cake.
After that we headed outside but it was raining still, but it was getting brighter so we had a look around and stroked some lovely old donkeys. The funniest part of the day was when one of the Donkeys was pulling on another donkey's coller and pulled it off. We then headed over to the gift shop where we had a look around. I found some donkey mittens, but decided it was not the time to get those yet. But I did find a cool little pencil with a donkey on the top of it, nanny got it for me and got mum a donkey letter rack. She also got a doormat and a pink bag.
What was typical was that it had been a bit wet and windy all the time we were there and then just as we left it started to get really warm and sunny!

I am hoping to go back to the donkey sanctuary soon as there is a special centre there called The Elisabeth Svendson Trust for Children and Donkeys. They do special sessions called riding therapy for children with special needs. I think it would be really cool to go there and ride some donkeys and groom them as well.

When we left there we went back to nanny's house to see my great aunty and their cute little dog Kez. Kez is a little white bichon frise.

Thanks again for reading my blog, you are awsome. See you late dudes.

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Uh oh

I was in trouble again today. Dad had to speak to me again about arguing and back chat. I still don't know what the problem is really. If I don't agree with something I just say so. The bad thing is that I keep arguing even when I don't really want to. Hopefully I'll stop soon because I keep getting in trouble for it.
Mum says I might be over tired and is going to make me go to bed earlier, and that I might be bored. Well she's got that right. I was bored today, until my drum lesson. Apparently I'm going to be sent to bed at 7 unless it's drum night from now on. We'll see

Thats it for today. I'm off to see my great nanny tomorrow, and I had better behave.

Monday, 27 August 2012

Back to school soon

Not much going on today, but I've been thinking about going back to school in just over a week! I'm quite excited really as I'll be becoming a year 5. I'll be able to be in the school football team if I'm good enough, I might even be able to do basketball and volleyball.
The other cool thing is that even though it might rain loads I'll still get to see my friends everyday and have loads of fun at lunch times and break times.

I really like DT, building stuff, because I get to use a saw and other tools to make things and see a finished product. PE and games is always better than being in the classroom. I love music because I'm good at it. Science can be hard but I really like the experiments.

The bad bits though are all lessons apart from PE, art, music and science I absolutely hate. Because I find them boring, and also a bit hard. Even with science I like to just get straight to it, and not do the planning of it. When I find things boring at school, I usually give up easily and daydream. The problem with that is then though that I get punished, and sent out of the class, or have to stay in at break time. If I could get a little bit more help at the beginning of the lesson to explain what the teacher is saying and then I wouldn't get bored. I would really like to have a helper work with me during the lessons. I have always done really well when a teacher has spent more time with me, and I even surprise them with the amount of work that I can do without being sent out of the class. I find it really annoying and sad when I don't get what the teacher has said and then I get sent out of the class and have to stay behind. I really think I should get more help, so that I can do more work better.

I don't think that my teachers will really like my blog. I like being treated the same as all the other children, but sometimes I think I should get that little bit of extra help, and maybe get an extra warning than the other children get because of my problems.
I've heard mum and dad say that that they want me to do as well as I can do, not just enough to make the teachers think I'm doing OK.

I actually think that I'm not going to be very good at interviews when I get older. Because I think I'm doing so rubbish now. But I'm not going to give up because I want to get a good job to help lots of animals. Or maybe be a famous drummer!

Thank you for reading and hopefully I'll speak to you tomorrow after drums!

Sunday, 26 August 2012

A dogs trust dog

Yesterday I went out with my Daddy, and we went to Dogs Trust Ilfracombe. I took a dog out for a walk who's name was Suzie.
We took Suzie into Braunton for a nice walk. We got Suzie out of the car and it started to rain. We had to hide under a shelter for a little while to wait for the rain to stop a bit. It was actually quite good because it meant I got to give Suzie lots of extra strokes and pats.
Then we started to walk on a bit more but I was cold because I had forgotten my jumper. Luckily as we walked past a charity shop I saw a nice hooded top that was only £1 so I got it. It was nice and warm.
On the walk we went to see my great great aunty, and I had lunch there with Suzie and Daddy. I left my aunts house and we carried on the walk. The rain had stopped then so it was really nice. Here's a picture of me walking Suzie.

When I get stressed, the thing that will always calm me down is a dog or any sort of animal that you can pet. I really like animals because a lot of them are nice and cuddly. I also like big beasts that a lot of people think are scary like snakes and lizards. My Grandad's friend in Liverpool has a corn snake, and I like it loads. I've even got ones of its shredded skins!
When I get older I want got to a special college that you can go to that teaches you ordinary lessons and also how to help animals, like how to look after horses and animal care as well. It's called Bicton College, and looks really cool. Then when I am finished at school I really want to work with animals, maybe at a zoo or something like that. But also I want to be in a band of course, playing my drums.

I really enjoy helping the dogs at dogs trust by taking them out for walks, when I'm old enough I am hoping I can go there and help out a bit more in the kennels. If you would like to adopt Suzie or any other dog please visit the Dogs Trust website here:

After we took Suzie back to Dogs Trust we went to the Fair ground! It was so much fun! I went on a little play house, but it was not as good as I hoped, I thought it was more for 5 or 6 year old's not nearly 10. I also went on the dodgems, where I was only against 1 other person but we beat them fair and square. We hit them loads and they only got us a couple of times. I rocked! Then I went on a ride called the Laser Dome mwa ha ha ha ha. Dad says its called a waltzer. It made really dizzy, because it went really fast round, I was struggling to keep my legs inside!

Please remember to keep donating and I'll speak to you soon.

Saturday, 25 August 2012

What a busy day

Hi everyone, I've had a great day out today with Dad and only just got in so I'll let you know all about it tomorrow as its a bit late now.
We went to dogs trust but Ted was not available because he's already going to a new home so I took this lovely little girl out:
Her name is Suzie, I'll let you know about her tomorrow.

Speak soon

Friday, 24 August 2012


I'm trying to think of extra ideas to raise money for #autism and The National Autistic Society. I am going to do a sponsored walk with Dad. We are going to walk from Barnstaple to Bideford, which is about 10 miles, and carry a bucket for people to put money in.

I am also going to try and do a give away on here. I've been trying to find companies to donate prizes to me, but so far no-one wants to. If you know anyone that does please can you get them to email me Here is my email address

So if you can help then please get in touch.

I'm going out for the day tomorrow with Dad, we haven't spent the day together for ages so it should be cool. We are hoping to go to Dogs Trust and take a dog for a walk. We used to do it a lot before we moved. This is the dog I want to take out, his name is Ted.

Maybe you live in Devon and you would like to adopt Ted. If you do please contact Dogs Trust. They are great.

See you tomorrow Ted, and speak to you lot tomorrow as well.

Thursday, 23 August 2012

trouble again

I've had a bad day today, I'm struggling with things apparently. Mum got upset with me because I keep arguing with her and telling lies. When Dad got home he took me out for a chat.
He asked my why I've been lying and why I've been arguing so much. I don't like talking like that but I didn't have a choice and at least I wasn't being told off.

Dad said I should put this in my blog so I wrote it all down and asked him to put it onto my blog for me.

I said that some of it is because I've been bored, and then getting grumpy, so thats why I've been arguing. Then the reason that I've been lying is to not get in trouble for things.

The problem is that Mum and Dad have said that I've ended up telling so many fibs that they don't believe me when I am telling the truth. And yes, before you say it, I do know about the boy who cried wolf. But when I am telling the truth I get really angry when they don't believe me!

The chat did help, and I'm going to try and calm down. Just watch this space!

But I love my Mum and Dad loads, so I am going to try hard.


Wednesday, 22 August 2012


Hello again, so nice to see you. Sorry I could not talk to you yesterday, the temptation of the drums took over and I stayed on them all day, except for lunch time, until it was time to go to my Grandma's house. So we went there and had yummy fish and chips. After that I went and had my drum lesson and learnt a really wicked drum fill for the Queens of the Stoneage song that I am learning.

Today though, I've been really bored because I haven't been allowed out all day. I got grounded for a day again yesterday lunch time because I walked out into the middle of the road to speak to Mum and Dad who were in the car and didn't look at all. A car came along and I nearly go hit. Luckily Mum and Dad were screaming at me to stop. It is a problem that I have sometimes that I don't really think about what is going on around me, I just like to concentrate on what I'm doing and ignore everything else. Mum and Dad were really angry with me but I didn't see the big deal really, it's not like I got killed or anything!

So today has been boring, there wasn't even any good TV shows on today, so I'm a bit grumpy.

One more thing. Please donate. I'm over half way to my target and getting lots of people looking at my blog now. Dad said that if everyone that visited donated just £1 I would have nearly £3000. So please just use the mobile phone number and text £1 to us, it will make all the difference apparently. And please tell everyone you know about me to get them to look.

Speak to you tomorrow!

Monday, 20 August 2012

What a day!

I went to the beach today, to see Mums friend and her 2 sons, that I'll call Friend A and Friend B. We went to Woolacombe beach. When we arrived there Friend A and B were all ready in the sea. So I just ran down into the sea to meet them whilst Mum carried all of the bags down.

We tried to go body boarding but the life guards said we would have to move a long way down the beach because of currents in the sea. That was a bit of a shame but it was still really fun. After a little while we had some crisps and then paddled around a bit more. Mum went in for a little while until the waves started getting her dress wet.

We then went and had some lunch. It was really nice. Me, friend A and B all had chicken nuggets, Mum and scampi and her Friend had a huge salad. Then we got to have an ice cream. Yay.

Then we went back to the beach to play, and build sand castles. We tried to have a sand castle competition but none of us done too well.

Then Mum said we had to go, becuase we had to pick Dad up from work. I didn't want to leave and got a bit sad. But it was a really good day, and I did feel like I needed a shower to get the sand off.

Here is a picture of the fantastic Woolacombe beach!

What a day.


oh no!

Our car won't start today. Hopefully the mechanic can fix it in time to get to Woolacombe today!!!

Sunday, 19 August 2012

A good day!

Today has been pretty good. Today was a good day because I managed to go out and there were no bullies around. This meant I could go out much longer and had loads of fun with my friends.

My lunch was lovely and then I had tea. That was great as well, but then Dad burnt the apple pie! But it didn't taste too bad!!

The worst part of the day was Dad cutting my toe nails. I hate having it done and had to hold mums hand and look away whilst it was being done. But we got through it and it wasn't too bad. It never is, but I still always hate it!

I'm really looking forward to tomorrow, because Mum is taking me out with her friend and her children to Woolacombe beach. I hope the weather is better, it's been warm today but still cloudy with a bit of rain this morning.

Speak to you all tomoz!


Saturday, 18 August 2012

Bullies strike again

I was really looking forward to today. I was hoping to be able to go to a fete nearby us, then watch Chittlehamapton Football team play football for the first time this season, and then go to Grandma and Granddads house for a Chinese tea.

I was really upset when I woke up this morning because it was raining, yet again. That meant that the first thing I was looking forward to doing today was cancelled.

Luckily it stopped raining in time for me to go and watch the football. It was really cool. I got to play football at the same time as watching them. The only problem with that was that playing football with sandals on is not easy, and I got really really muddy feet. Half time came so it was time to go and check in with Mum and Dad to see if I could go back. They commented on how dirty I was but still let me go back. Which was really good, because Chittlehampton were winning 2-0.

So I went back and carried on playing and watching. Then along came Billy 1 and Billy 2 the bullies. I tried to ignore them but the seemed to just head straight for me. Billy 1 grabbed me and Billy 2 helped him to throw me over his shoulder. It really hurt, and no one stopped them. I really hate them because they ruined my fun again. I went home hurt and upset.

It did get better though because I still had my Chinese and Saw Grandma and Granddad.

Check you laters.


Friday, 17 August 2012

Super Sponsors

I was trying to think of what to write today and then I saw my just giving total. I am so happy that all you people have sponsored me so far. I can't believe that little old me has managed to get £237 already. Thank you for all your nice comments as well. I really like reading them.

I didn't think that people would find my blog and then read it, but that's just how the internet works! I am so surprise how many people are interested in what I have to say!

Dad has told me that so far I've had over 1400 page views. Most people that have looked are from the UK but some people from Sweden, Germany, Canada, America, France, Ireland, Caymen Islands, Netherlands and Russia. WOW!

Thank you for looking at my blog, make sure you keep looking at my blog and reading my posts. Because there are a lot more coming.


Check you later bro's


Thursday, 16 August 2012

Granddad Mondo is Mad!

This is my Granddad. As you can see, he is very very mad. He likes climbing trees! He lives in Liverpool, which is also my favourite football team. I don't get to see my Granddad very often, because he lives so far away, and I miss him lots.

He was going to come and visit me over the summer holidays but he has had to go to hospital so he wasn't well enough to come down. So he is going to come and visit me over my birthday in September instead. I'm going to stay with him and my Uncle for one night at their holiday cottage they are going to be staying at. It will be the night before my Birthday so I'll get to spend time with him, Uncle Martin and Aunty Vicky.

Granddad was in hospital because he is very poorly, because he has cancer in his brain. One day whilst he was in hospital the doctors told him that because he had been poorly he needed to try to walk again. But Granddad didn't just think to go with someone he just went off on his own for ages, and the hospital ended up getting the police to look for him!

I really love my Granddad. He is really brave, he has kept going along with brain cancer for as long as I've been alive and he keeps going and going. He's said that he keeps not giving up because of me, because I'm an inspiration to him. But really he is the one that is an inspiration.

I get really worried about him, and how well he is and even if he'll make it to the end of the year, but my Granddad is one tough puppy, and I know he'll never give up on us.

He has to make a really hard decision about if he should have an operation to try and help him live a few years, but possibly make him worse, or just to let things go and see what happens normally, but he doesn't know how long he would live without the operation. If it was me, I'd really want to know how long I would live without doing it before I could decide. But I know Granddad will make the right decision.

All I know is that I am really really looking forward to seeing him in September.

This is Lewis Alexander Jones Robinson, over and out!


Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Bad days and good days

Bad days and good days. The slightest thing that is good, that I get excited about can make me really happy. Like if I get a new little toy or going to visit family, will make me really happy and can turn a day into a good day.
But, the slightest thing that is bad can make me get really upset. Things like if we are expecting to go somewhere like my Grandma's and something happens that means that we can't go. These things can ruin a whole day for me, even if they don't seem that huge when I think about it another day.
When its a good day I feel excited because I know I can look forward to things. I am always better behaved when I'm having a good day and try to help out with things and do nice things for Mum and Dad.
When I'm having a bad day, I get really angry and and argue with everyone. I sometimes throw things around my room and slam doors. I've slammed my bedroom door so much that I've even broken the door handle. I also do not take things seriously when I start to get told off for things and just laugh at Mum and Dad, which makes things worse.
I think that I have more bad days than good days, but Mum and Dad says that I do not, it's just that I always think about the bad things more than the good days.

Today I think I've had a bad day, it's been boring and miserable. I've argued with Mum and Dad this evening, but they've said that it couldn't have been a too bad day because I've had one of my best tea's which is Chinese, and been out playing for a while.

I guess it's just how I feel about things.


Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Booo to all bullies

I get bullied quite a lot. At school and after school. There is a boy, that I will call Billy the Bully 1. He threatens to hurt me after school and then after school he sometimes throws me against a really spiky wall, and it hurts a lot. I tried to stick near other children's parents, but they don't seem to care, they just walk right past.
There is also another bully that I will call Billy the Bully 2. He doesn't go to my school but is always out in the village. So quite often I can't go out to play because he is mean when I do. He also threatens to do stuff to me. When I have not done anything to Billy 2, and I look down the park to see if he is there. If he is there and see's me he sneaks around to the other side of the village hall and catches me and tries to hurt me. I think he is a total jerk. He is not only mean to me, he is also nasty to other children, but he seems to chase me more than others.
The is another bully called Billy the Bully 3 that does not even live here but comes to visit. He is quite a bit older than me but still gets nasty. He is quite similar to Billy 2, because he still sometimes hurts me.

I feel sad and angry when these bullies hurt me. It makes me want to run away and go home, but often I can't because they are faster and stronger than me and catch me or stop me from getting away. It makes me feel frustrated as well because even though they are the nasty ones it is me that has to stay in doors and not have fun, when they get to go out when ever they like.

I think that the parents of these bullies should tell them that if they do things more than 5 times to a child they should get sent away to a naughty boy school or at least get grounded. It is just not fair that I have to suffer because they get away with being mean. I don't understand my children can be nasty to other children. I always try to be nice to other children, especially if they are younger than me. All of my bullies are older than me so should know better.

I hope that one day people like me can go out and play without anyone being nasty to them and making them sad. It just takes nicer people to make the bullies realise how crewel they are.


Monday, 13 August 2012

Here come the drums!

I nearly forgot to blog today because I've been really busy today. Luckily Dad said he'd type it into the blog for me if I wrote it. So I did.
I've been busy today getting ready for my drum lesson tomorrow. I love playing the drums for a couple of reasons. One, because I'm really good at it, and two because it calms me down when I play them. I like to really hit them all really hard before I start to play properly. Mum and Dad don't like it but it gets me ready to concentrate on my practice.
I've been having lessons for nearly 2 years now and my teacher says that I'm the best person in my age group that he teaches.
Dad always thinks its funny that I am sometimes clumsy when I go out and trip over things, but when I sit in front of my drum kit, I can move my hands and feet all in time as if it's really easy.
I would really recomend that other children like me learn an instrument, and the drums is the best. That's what I think anyway!

Sorry it's a bit short today.

Sunday, 12 August 2012

Oops I had a minor meltdown!

Today I have to blog about something I really don't want to talk about. I had a bit of an argument with dad this morning and I got angry. Here's what happened.
Dad called me into his bedroom to talk to me, he told me that I needed to tidy my room if I wanted to go out to see some BMX racing. I didn't want to tidy my room and started to get angry instead. I started to moan and dad tickled me and told me to just go and sort my room out. That actually made me even more angrier so I grabbed dads face and tried to squeeze it to hurt him. Dad shouted at me and told me to go to my room to calm down. As I got up I grabbed mums and dressing gown and swung it around, hit hit a can of coke that was on the side and knocked it flying and it went all over the floor.
That meant that I didn't get to go to the BMX race, and see someone who used to be the world champion BMX rider, because Dad was really mean and wouldn't let me go.
I didn't want to hurt Dad, because I love him and I don't want to do things like that. I was just really angry and don't always like it when Dad tickles me.
I did not want to write about this because I don't like writing about bad things, I like writing about the fun things. Dad said that this sort of thing is a really good thing to write about on my blog, because I can't just write down all the fun things. I think he is probably right, which is why I did it even though I didn't want to.
To calm down, I have found a new place to go. I put my head between to really heavy cushions on the sofa. I like it because it makes my head feel all secure and peaceful. It's like a dark ball around my head, but tighter. I'm hoping to get a special blanket that is really heavy soon, I think it will be really nice and secure on me. Like this one Heavy blanket


Saturday, 11 August 2012

Good thing goes bad!

In the morning today I went out on my bike for an hour. When I got back we went out for lunch to the pub. While we were there we met one of Mum's friends. She brought her husband, along and we sat at the table and had a pint! Her husband was really funny and brought us a coke.
After lunch we saw a man dressed up as a woman!
We went home to get ready to go to the fete at the village hall. We had a go on some games but then I went on a horse ride. I really liked the horse because it was the biggest one there and black and cute. The horses name was Melvin.
It was really lucky that I went on that ride because I saw my bike that I must have left at the park in the morning. So all the way back down on the horse I was worried that Dad would be really angry! My bike helmet was not there though but we managed to find it. It was not the place where I had left it and neither was my bike, so someone must of rode on it without my permission. My helmet was in the thorny bushes and my bike was miles away from where I had left it. So at the end of the day it was all OK. I have been grounded for 2 days though for leaving my bike, but I did not mean to.

I think that my Asperger's might have played a part in it because it made me forget that I had taken my bike, even though I do have a good memory for facts and things. I think the reason that I forgot it was because I get easily distracted by things. I was playing with the coconut shy whilst it was being set up for the fete. I'm really surprised that I didn't remember my bike because I was looking straight at it whilst playing. I then realised what the time was and knew that I had to get home. I hate being late for anything so just ran home, completely forgetting my bike.

I felt really sad for being grounded and missing the dog show part of the fete. So the day had started really well, I had a lovely time and then it all went wrong because of one little mistake. But at least I've still got my bike and still ha d a ride on Melvin.


Friday, 10 August 2012

My Trip

Well the place Mum took me was Ilfracombe. We went into the arcades, and then we went for lunch. Mum had sausage and chips and my Aunty Bet had scampi and chips. I had the best, because I had fish and chips.
Then we went to the beach for a little while and I played around on the rocks and jumped over a little stream. Mum wouldn't let me go in the water though.

After that we went to get the best bit of the day. An ice cream from the Hockings Ice cream van. Also in the queue was a lady and her step dad who we were not meant to see until next week! The lady had 2 children with her that I played with, we tried to break the world record of the triple jump but did not succeed, not even close! The lady was a friend of Mum's that she knows from facebook who does crafting, like Mum does. We are hoping to go and see them for the day next week.

Also today a great letter arrived from The National Autistic Society to help me with my fund raising. It's given me loads of ideas on what I can do. I'm now planning a sponsered run, and sponsored bike ride, a sponsered silence and loads more. The even sent me a T-Shirt. I'll get a photo to put on here of me wearing it over the weekend.

The book also tells you how some of the money I raise can help people. This is what it says:
£5 could pay for the worried parents of two newly diagnosed children to recieve an information pack with the advice they need at this crucial time.
£50 helps pay for a befriender to meet regularly with someone with autism and stop the cycle of isolation.
So far I've raised £55 so thanks to all of you that have donated we have already done both of the things in the book!

Thank you to the people that work with Dad for the sponsors today.


Excited and nervous

Mum is taking me out today. Which is great. I am hoping we can go somewhere where I can get hockings ice cream, because it is the best.

The problem is, that she hasn't told me yet where or when we are going and that makes me nervous. I always like to know what we are doing and the times that we are doing it so that I can make sure we stick to it and don't be late. Mum says it's one of my things. I just think that if we are going to do something we should stick to it. Thats why sometimes if we have gone out and then we end up doing something that I don't know about I get worried and then sometimes get really angry. Mum and Dad usually tell me whats happening for the day, but sometimes they try to test me by not telling me or doing something different, just so that I can learn to try and cope with it. It has worked because I'm much better than I used to be at not getting angry but I do still get nervous.

I actually normally find it quite difficult to talk about things like this. What some people think is unusual is just normal to me. So it takes me ages to write about it. I really hope people who read it understand what I'm talking about.

Hopefully later on I can let you know what happened, the weather looks nice again so could be a lovely day.


Thursday, 9 August 2012

I like Asperger's

I get asked a lot about my Asperger's by people that know me and know I have it. I remember being asked if I would change myself if I could. My answer has now become that I like my Asperger's, because if I did not have Asperger's I would not be me.

It took a long time for the Mum and Dad to find out that I had Asperger's. Mum says it took nearly 5 years all together. Which is quite a long time. I remember when Mum and Dad were trying to find out what made me behave the way I do that I used to ask her when the doctors were going to take the bad me away. I was even in the North Devon Journal on the front page because of how long it was taking.

That was nearly three years ago now and now that I am nearly 10 I think I understand myself more. It doesn't stop me from getting in trouble though. That's why I think that all people with autism should get special help at school and at home.

I think that at school children should get independent help. I remember a boy at my old school who had a person to sit with him and explain what the teacher was talking about. A couple of times I had that person help me and I got lots and lots of really good work done.

At home I think that someone should come and talk to the children and their families to help them to understand them better.

If I had help at school I would be able to concentrate better and no one would be able to bully me and the teachers might understand me better and not blame me when things happen that are not my fault. When I go back to school I am going to write about what happens at school each day.

It's been really sunny and hot today and I forgot to drink lots so I have a headache tonight, but I had lots of fun out with my friends though.

Thanks for reading and please donate :)

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

I hate socks!

One of the things that my Asperger's is really bad for me is the way socks feel on my feet.

If I get them even the slightest bit wet, just a couple of drips, I just cannot wear them. I just feel like I so cannot wear them, that I have to change them.

If there is a thread on them and it catches on my toe nails I HAVE to get another pair. In fact even the seam in the end of the socks really bugs me. My Mum and Dad have even bought me some special socks without seams to try and help. This is the place that they got them. Hopefully if other people feel the same way as I do they might be able to get some too. The Sock Shop

I am actually enjoying the summer holidays at the moment as it means I can wear my crocs or sandals and not have to wear those horrible socks at all at the moment.

One day me, Dad and Mum went on a walk to a forest. It was a nature walk so it was not abandoned. On the walk we saw lots of wildlife and while we were walking through the wood-chip parts I kept getting loads of wood-chips in my crocs. So I told Dad that I had to get some socks from home but he said, get over it, as there were lots of people walking around with shoes like mine and it was not bothering them. I could not get over it and kept stopping to empty my crocs every few steps. Eventually Dad let me use his socks! Which was really nice of him, but they were a bit big! So Dad folded them over to fit me.
If you look closely at my feet you can see those big smelly socks!

So I suppose socks do have a purpose. I just cannot stand having anything slightly uncomfortable against my toes or feet.

If you feel the same way as I do, please let me know. Email your stories to me at

Hope you are having a great summer. See you tomorrow.

Your stories

Good morning all you tens of people that might be reading this blog already :)

I had an idea that it would be nice if I could also help other children tell their story. So if you are under 18 and have Asperger's or any other ASD then please email me your experiences, then I can put them on here with mine.

Email your stories to

See ya

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Welcome to my Blog :)

The idea of this blog is to show everyone what life is like being me.

Last weekend I was speaking to my Dad, saying that I wanted to try and raise some money for The Autistic Society, to help other people like me. We spoke about different things I could do and decided on trying to make people realise how having this problem effects me. 

So Dad set up this blog for me and I am going to write about my experiences on a day to day basis. The things I finds hard, the things I finds easy, the bullying and the friends I have.

Hopefully it will help people to understand that us people with Asperger's are not bad or naughty people, and might like to help us by donating to The Autistic Society, so that they can keep helping loads of children like me.

So please use the links on the side to give as much or as little as you can.

Thank you.

Lewis :)