🌟Citlali🌈 @citlali
Food, fun side of food intolerances, meat Show More

Sometimes when people really want one kind of food but the restaurant has very very few options for people with intolerances (in my case, a battered fried wing place, Celiac's) they go out of their way to get you whatever you want to make up for it.

In other words, guess who just had the most amazing medium rare fillet mignon while everyone else showed down on wings? Lol

as told by ginger @gingerrroot

sleep well fediverse

pls pet the kitty db @plsburydoughboy

Ahh so sorry folks, I forgot where I saved the link but I'll @ the original when I find it! The ate (big sister) Daisy who uploaded this is on Twitter

*raises sunglasses* and she's gay BTW

pls pet the kitty db @plsburydoughboy

ate ate ATE ATE

as told by ginger @gingerrroot

a woman at the grocery store today was frightened by my make up lmao

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as told by ginger @gingerrroot

anyway hopefully my lipstick will be in at an early time tomorrow so i can wear it with a cute sleepy day look or s/t

twitter xpost! Show More really excited to hear from another autistic woman,!

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really excited for tonight's talk on nurturing a neurodiverse workplace!

June @June

Y'all. @tootapp has a relaxation/meditation mode built in omg try it!!