I have discovered my voice through work. I felt like another face in the crowd until I started talking about my experiences on the Autism Spectrum. I might sound like a broken record by repeating the fact that I speak about Autism for a sporadic living, but this is my blog. So if you can’t take the fact I like talking about my passion on my blogsite, you can stop reading. I think I was still trying to figure out who I was as a person and where I fit in in the community. Now that I am an established figure in the Baltimore area for how outspoken I am about my diagnosis, I think I have found my purpose. I may still be trying to figure out who I am as a person, but I think I have a pretty good idea. I have found my life’s calling through talking and, believe you me, I have absolutely no intention of being stopped or shut up. I am happy with discovering my voice through work and knowing that people actually listen to me is a HUGE added bonus. This is a role I do not take lightly. I take it as an honor, privilege, and challenge that people see me as the spokesperson of Autism in the Baltimore area. I wear my role as a role model for Autism in Baltimore very seriously and wear it as a badge of honor. To all my followers and supporters, thank you! I want to hear from you on what help you discover yourself or your “voice”. Thanks for reading!