Literally Speaking

I have had this blog post in mind since I started the blog, I write all my post ideas in one day at the end of the calendar month and then move them around the next month’s free agenda. Ok enough about my scheduling and lets get talking. and Yes I mean lets talk!

The reason I am writing this post is a for information on what people commonly say and its also a bit of fun. I love hearing these sayings and trying to work out if I know what they mean. So I have challenged myself. Get Your Input from twitter and some from my own family and try to work out what they mean. And I have to say Thank You to @PsychToday for giving me a few to start me off. I had my mum read their article online I’ll link to it at the end. Ok So Let us Begin. Play along with me and see if you are right.

*Updated Link https://www.onlinequizcreator.com/site/index.php?r=quiz/countdown&id=121020&account=false&language=en  I dare you to take this quiz I did and I was shocking. Its my quiz but I got dad to make the questions up. Before beginning prepare yourself. It starts automatically once your link loads.

You Have to post your score below. I only got 4/10. Have Fun.

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Author: JustoneAutisticGirl

My About for 2016. Tada! LOL I am JOAG, Joag is a fictional character I created to help me write about Autism. JOAG is an acronym for Just One Autistic Girl. JOAG is a unique individual with a passion for autism. Now this year I am taking the blog a step further. Joag is creating a website. Not Just any website A web forum based on autism. creating a safe place for those on the spectrum. In my blog I tell personal stories my personal stories not some fictitious nonsense I make up to make my blog seem more relevant to you. Now I want a personal goal for me. I want to do something for me. Each day I want to be inspiring I am going to run 2 miles everyday. 2 Miles a day times 365 days. 730 Miles is doable and it’s a good start for someone just getting started. But my goal for the blog and site this year is the intervention for bullying. I don't have a stat yet for the number of people in the world with autism. But we do know that it touches 2.8 mil people a day How many people are bullied on the spectrum? How many are silent sufferers? How long will we let this go on?

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