Listaliciousness: Weird Al with “Yoda,” Amateurs, and Jealous Batman

Break is officially over for me. Tomorrow, classes begin. I feel mixed about starting on this last part of my journey at this university. Leaving will be bitter sweet although the bitterness has brown lately.

Anyway, here are the links like every Sunday. Enjoy!

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Listaliciousness: Women Bullies, Surprise Engagements, and Facing Phobias

Holding a cat at the pet store

Holding a cat at the pet store

Huge announcement: Big Hero 6 is an awesome film. I laughed so hard, more than at any movie I can recently remember. Tears also came to my eyes at certain moment. I guessed a few of the plot twists but was surprised by other parts. If you want to see a great film that any age can enjoy, check this one out.

Anyway, here are some more links to get your week started or finish your weekend. One is political which might seem strange especially since I am afraid of politics or offending people. However, the story is interesting no matter what party you support. Other links have to do with eating disorder and other mental health issues as well as some fun events concerning television and movies. Hopefully you will enjoy them.

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Girls with Aspergers

Pink on the spectrum

Pink on the spectrum

Last evening, I had an amazing experience which I look forward to sharing with you tomorrow. Today I had hoped to post about it, but my camera will not upload photos onto the school computers. Thus, you will find out about it tomorrow or Friday. How is that for a teaser?

Anyway, I ran across this article the other day online. It was called Seeing Pink on the Spectrum. In it, the author talks about raising a girl with Aspergers. Often Aspergers is seen as a boy’s illness just as anorexia is seen as feminine. Although this is a true statistic, it is overgeneralized. Many girls end up on the autism spectrum just as guys suffer from eating disorders.

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