Ever since I was a little girl my parents would always find piles of paper all over the house. Seeing my hand writing they’d ask me if they could put it in recycling. To which I always reply no and that I was writing a story and you never know one day it may be published. To which you can imagine that my parents were amused by it but always showed a smiling and supportive face. My parents wanted to throw one away two years ago and I came back with the same reply. But yesterday they got the biggest shock of their life as yesterday it got published into an eBook.
It’s still sinking in that I’m actually a published writer. This is something I’ve dreamed of my whole life but I never expected it to come true. I just hope this can pave the way for a future in writing. But at the moment I’m over the moon with this.
(view the book here)
My favourite film in the world is Titanic, so as you can imagine one of my favourite songs is My Heart Will Go On. So I was upstairs in my room doing homework and my door was shut so I couldn’t hear the TV. But then whilst I was sat there I thought I could hear the tune to My Heart Will Go On. I thought it might have been my IPod so I went to the desk downstairs where I had left it. When i got there I saw no music was playing on it but I could definitely hear the song playing. So I went into the living room where my family was watching TV and lone behold My Heart Will Go On was playing. It was so weird. My family thought it was hysterical and they have now made a joke saying I have a sonar thing. I guess that’s one of the perks of having Asperger’s Syndrome.
So last week I came back from an amazing holiday. It is the first time I have been abroad with my family in 5 years. Me and my sister were made up to have our own room and made sure we got first pick.
We went to the Hotel Titanic in Turkey. It was amazing. People who know me well know I am obsessed with anything Titanic so this place was paradise to me. Everywhere we went in the hotel was still in theme, the hotel was even in the shape of a boat.
My favorite bit had to be on channel 3 it had the film Titanic with Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio on continuous replay. I loved it my sister not so much as she know jokes about how she knows the script inside out. The film was also shown on a TV above the lifts. One time I was waiting for the lift when my favourite scene came on, I got so distracted I missed the lift.
It was all inclusive and they used to have a big selection of food every night and they changed most of the meals slightly every night so that you wouldn’t be eating the same the thing over and over again. I’m very picky on food and like a lot of plain stuff, so I wasn’t to keen on most of the stuff. But the did do Spaghetti and then either Tomato or Bolognese sauce. So from the first night I’d get a selection of food to try, then once I tried it I’d get a plate of Spaghetti Bolognese. I’m proud of myself for trying knew things.
Another thing I’m proud about is spending all day in the sea. I’ll normally go paddling but I tend to get scared when it gets deeper. But on holiday I did really well I even went out further than I could stand. I wish I was still in Turkey, but no I’m home at least I’ve got my dogs.
I’ve always watched Doctor Who. I’ve seen every episode from episode numero umero to barmy Eleven, the Ponds/Williams/Songs and the mystery of Clara Oswin Oswald. I was devastated when I heard Matt Smith was leaving, especially Fish Fingers and Custard. But I’ll always remember that bow ties are cool and so are fezes. But I know Matt Smith will always remain a big british icon because of his role as the eleventh doctor. I’m made up to see Matt Smith putting his fame to amazing use by raising awareness for Autism and Aspergers XD Matt Smith is auctioning a tea date with him for autism charities in the UK.
My specialist subject is Titanic (People with Aspergers tend to be obsessive over 1 subject which I’ve lovingly nicknamed my specialist subject). And one of my favourite films is the James Cameron 1997 one. It has me sobbing most the way through and I love seeing Leonardo DiCaprio. I love both his and Kate Winslets performances are amazing. And both of them are mega movie stars all over the globe. Like Matt Kate used her fame to promote a good cause. She researched, created a documentary and a charity for autism. With the motto being ‘Honouring Intelligence’.
I’m so thrilled to see two of my favourite starts raising awareness and money for people with Autism and Aspergers.