For the most part, I think people didn't care or notice. However I did have a few inquiries on why I wasn't going to post them anymore.
|Turns out you can share TMI online. Who knew?|
Yup, I'm dating.
In 2011 when you date, right after a guy asks for your digits, he'll ask if you have a facebook. I'm cool with that. Until I started to realize these guys that I had newly become "friends" with were now seeing my blog posts go up every day. They were seeing it all: autism, bowel movements, tantrums, special diets, supplements, money, my tears, my joys, my fears, my cursing. It's too much to share with someone that you're just getting to know!
Yes, I realize they can probably just google our names and find my blog but in my pretend world I'll pretend they won't do that. Yes, if any of those friends turn into something more serious they're going to have to learn about autism and all the wonderful things that go along with it. And all of the not-so-wonderful things too. And it will be the real test on if they are even relationship-material. But for now, I'd like to have the chance to scare them away with my own quirks before I add autism into the mix.