Sunday, August 26, 2012


   Last year, as happens in every high school, my class finally got to choose their class rings. As I go to an all-girls' school, this was naturally a big deal. What metal to use, black fill in(or not), what the side of the ring should look like, all of these choices were going through my mind.
   I knew I wanted a silver-colored band because silver goes with everything (one of the best pieces of jewelery advice I have ever received). However, I also wanted it durable because I am constantly running about and don't want to get it damaged easily. Anyway, I filled out the form and knew I got an alloy, and the ring came out perfect.
   Fast forward to the present. I was looking for something the other day and came across the box my ring came in and upon reading, my ring is a silver and titanium alloy.
   If anyone out there has heard the song "Titanium" you will understand why. Titanium is one of the hardest metals known to man. Its name echos of strength. Even in the song, the singer tells her naysayers "Fire away, fire away. Shoot me down, but I won't fall. I am Titanium."
   I think Aspies are a lot like titanium. We are shot down, fall, but we will always get back up again. No matter what, we are strong and resilient. And we will always be able to be strong, no matter what the circumstance.
    Aspies, be Titanium. I know you can be.


  1. Thank you :)
    I only found out about 6 months ago (after i turned 17) that aspergers is what makes me different, some good and some not so great things about me that makes me special.

    I'm not in a great place right now, and i have doubted myself and my ability to get back back up.. for about 3 years actually.
    Thank you for encouraging fellow aspies, and also thank you for sharing your thoughts on this great blog :D

    -Lovise xx

    1. When i said aspergers' what makes me different, i meant that i knew i was "more different" than most other teenagers, but didn't know it was aspergers, though my mother suspected it.. :P

      I didn't mean that aspergers make me special and nothing other than that hahah
      I know everybody is special, aspie or not <3