I hated getting on the bus.
I LOVE going on the bus!
Little bit of elementary lesson there about past tense and present tense. Class dismissed!
The school bus is a humongous breakthrough for me. Perhaps the bus can be yours too. Here is how the bus system works in the topic of autism.
I had to go to school. Being dropped off by my parents was not much of an option back then. Off to the bus whether I liked it or otherwise.
It would be easy to say something on the lines of:
True, many things become much better over time, but there is a bit more to it than just time. You see, I didn't take the BIG bus to go to school, I took a much smaller bus going to school. A bus so small it can carry around ten students at a time. We call it: The Little Bus. That little bus was not so noisy; Only about four students that ride it including me, and it would always be a quiet ride the whole way to the school and back home.
I live near the Seattle area, and when I see the city at a good angle, it reminds me of my toddler days.
When I was little, sometimes I would have trouble falling asleep, so sometimes when my mom and I were coming home from shopping or from school, she would say: "Tyler, do you want to see the city?“ and then I’d say: "Oh yeah yeah!” and then we drove to an area where I could see the entire skyline of Seattle, and every time it made me fall asleep.
The way my head works and what helps me go to sleep is that I want to see a beautiful image of some sorts so I can keep that image in mind. It’s like seeing the City of Seattle and it's the last thing I want to see before shutting my eyes tight. I don’t do this every time I go to sleep, but sometimes, even today, if I have trouble sleeping I would want to see something gorgeous.
Sounds and music tunes help me sleep too. The realistic scenery is something...