Monday, July 14, 2008

Charlie Brown is an Aspie

Charlie Brown was widely introduced by Charles Shultz around 1958, when I was born. I always identified with them. It was with good reason. They are Aspies! When I was a child, my sister gave me a tan sweatshirt that I treasured. It had C.B.'s picture on it with the phrase "How can we loose when we are so sincere" This demonstrated the honesty, naivete, and Perseverance of Aspies. Charles Shultz died recently. I now have the same bald head as Charlie. My newest T-shirt incorporates his image, and the Aspie words listed. It is a very clever shirt that I am proud of. I gave it to Leslie. She loves it as well. She plans to wear it on Fridays at work.

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