thequeenmermaid asked: 6, 17, 27, 31, 41, 65
6: What are you looking forward to in the next week?
Uh, I don’t know. Grandma and I are about to meet Arizona. That’s pretty exciting. It’s my grandpa’s 80th birthday tomorrow, but we already celebrated.
17: What were you doing at 12:30 this afternoon?
Eating the cupcakes I brought for Grandpa’s birthday celebration.
27: Are you listening to music right now?
No, actually, which is not common. I’m listening to the Grey’s Anatomy episode that’s playing.
31: Do you wear the hood on your hoodie?
I don’t own any hoodies, but when I have, it depends on what the weather is like.
41: Have you ever wanted to tell someone something but didn’t?
All the time.
65: Is there one person in your life that can always make you smile?
Kind of. There is someone who always seems to know what to say, even when I don’t want to smile.
:( No chocolate? And of course that counts! And I made you do it a.) because you made me do it :P, and because you are awesome and there are at LEAST 5 awesome things about you! (And being a Women’s Studies major is totally cool.)
I can have chocolate, because chocolate does not contain a lot of caffeine, despite what people often believe. I just don’t eat a ton of it. Cutting caffeine out was not actually very hard for me at all.
I made you do it because you actually are awesome.
thequeenmermaid asked: Fic prompt, finally! Callie seeks out Arizona before she has to speak in the press conference in 8x20 (fear of public speaking). :)
I know drabbles are supposed to be 100 words, but I clearly suck at that. This one is 117 words.
“What? Why?” Arizona looks up and questions her clearly terrified wife.
“The girl, Holly. Owen’s holding a press conference and he wants me to talk about her recovery.” Callie breathes heavily as panic builds.
“You can do that. Just pretend you’re talking to the family after a surgery. You’re a great doctor. You’ll be great!” Arizona tries her hardest to sound optimistic, but knows her wife won’t feel better until it’s over.
“Oh, god. I’m going to be on TV. I hate Owen Hunt!” Callie whines as she walks away.
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Okay, cool. I may hold off until tomorrow to send prompts if that’s okay. Right now I’m so tired I’m having trouble forming linear thoughts. o.O
No worries. I’ll still exist tomorrow…as far as I know.
Your which? Sensory integration dysfunction or NLD? Sorry, I didn’t quite follow the thread. I’m so tired. >.
My disorder. But my family doesn’t really know about the sensory integration either. They just think I’m weird and clumsy, but I like it that way. I’m the exact same person I was before I was diagnosed, and they all knew me in the before. I don’t want them to change the way they treat me because of it. My roommate, an RN, was the first to suggest that I had SID. Her kid has it, also as a secondary condition. But he got treatment for it as a child.
So is mine. I have a mild nonverbal learning disability - it was only kind of diagnosed and it was never addressed - and sensory integration dysfunction is kind of a symptom/co-occurrence of that.
Mine went undiagnosed for 15 years, and my mother still ignores that I have it. My grandparents and siblings didn’t even know until really recently. A couple siblings still don’t know.
I HAVE SENSORY INTEGRATION STUFF TOOOOOO!!! More so when I was younger, but I still notice it from time to time. It’s never been bad enough to be diagnosed, but I definitely have instances of it.
No way! Do you have it as a discrete disorder? Mine is a secondary condition.