So, if I go to bed before my husband, Rambo will howl until I put him on the bed as well, but I will have to put him back down when husband comes.
Then husband will get in bed and pull Rambo back up.
Also, Rambo is very small. He’s also a pathetic coward: Rambo will not attempt to jump on nor off the bed. He needs to be manually placed on it and on the floor.
He will growl and bite him if he gets close. But only in one specific scenario:
I’m in bed. Rambo is in bed with me. Husband comes to bed. Rambo no like.
This includes my children and my husband. Especially my husband.
He is especially suspicious of all males of any species.
He’s the sweetest and cutest. He is also very confused.
He thinks his purpose in life is to protect me at all cost.
With #ADHD, "picking up where I left off" is physically painful to the point it's impossible. It's my biggest challenge. That's why either hyperfocus or not start anything at all. I know if I don't finish now, I will never be able to. The "me" that is now will never exist again after this moment. The "me" tomorrow will be like an actor in the wrong set.
A few years ago I made this with two Friends and I'm still in love with it: https://dearhowto.uauage.org
I'm not proud of this, but that is ADHD for you.
I'm trying to – gently, kindly, lovingly – prove myself wrong.
I approach many things in my life like I approach knitting: I fall in love with a pattern - or a project - and I decide that's what I want to do. Then I *realise it takes too much effort and too many stitches, and so many techniques I don't master, so I just fall in love with another project to look at and wish I could make that, only to* Repeat from * until the end.
Typographer, wayfinder, visual information specialist, ukuleleist, knitter, book binder with ADHD.
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