- Favourite Ride
- Mako (SeaWorld Orlando)
I apologise for my lateness here, Jonathan, but out of interest; if you don’t mind me asking, what sort of change are you specifically thinking about? Is it a smaller change, such as wearing a different type of clothing, or is it something bigger or more permanent?I'm also considering making a potentially longer-term change to my fashion choices, and I'll freely admit I'm probably spending an inordinate amount of time thinking about it, but I wonder if that's just me trying to get myself used to it if/when I eventually commit to it. I guess that's probably an autistic thing, and I'd be intrigued to know if any of the other autistic people on here do the same (wouldn't surprise me if it's the case, in fairness).
I’m not trying to be nosy or anything, for clarity, and if you don’t feel comfortable saying, don’t say anything to me, but I was only curious to know because for me (and possibly some others too), the level of thought put into it might vary dependant on the scale of change and whether or not it’s reversible. I’ll admit that in most cases, I would ponder some sort of long-term change for a fair amount of time before actually doing it, but I think that’s more down to me being indecisive than anything to do with my autism…
Good to hear about your recent job experience, though; reassuring to hear about how accepting and autism-friendly your employer seemingly is!