Hello, and welcome to my stop on RJ Scott's Autism Awareness Blog Hop. A click on the banner (points up) will take you to the main page with all the authors listed. Thank you to RJ Scott for including me in her blog hop.
Anyone commenting on my blog will be entered into a drawing to win an eBook copy of Gone Away. One of the MCs of this book has Asperger's syndrome, though the term isn't specifically used in the book.
I'll announce the winner on May 1.
An autism fact:
People with autism have difficulty understanding and predicting other people’s intentions and behavior, and imagining situations that are outside their own routine. This can mean they carry out a narrow, repetitive range of activities. A lack of social imagination should not be confused with lack of imagination. Many people with autism are very creative.
This year's theme is FOOD. A great theme if you ask me! I have to say, I agree with RJ's son, Matt. Olives are awesome. Recently my grandson, who is four, texted me...well his dad helped...to ask if it was okay to give black olives to their dogs. I'm a veterinary nurse, so I get asked these questions a lot! I messaged back that as long as there were no pits in the olives it would be okay.
His reply? Olives were too good to share, so he ate them all off their pizza! I'm sure the dogs were devastated.
This brings me to my foody thoughts. I've recently discovered pizza made with pesto sauce instead of tomato sauce. Really, how come no one told me about how awesome this is? Like my grandson, I like olives--black and green--on my pizza.
Do you have a funny my pet and my food story to share? Or is there a different variation on a favorite food you've recently discovered and love?
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