I often wonder who my readers are. I have a collection of followers that read my blog regularly, comment occasionally or click the like button. The vast majority of you are unknown to me. I only know that many read one of my entries that shows up as a result in a search engine. There are also some that are curious because they read one of my comments on another blog, or because they searched for tags in WordPress.

I hope you found something of interest. If you have browsed some of the other posts, you have discovered that I write about almost anything. Some bloggers have a narrow field they write about, such as autism, mental health or economy. I would probably be less anonymous if I did the same, but this is more me. I am all over the place. I am very focused on a particular topic for a while before I discover something else. My focus changes constantly. I still have a few interests that I keep coming back to, such as autism, religion and science.

Whether you have been here several times or just happened to accidentally enter my dominion I hope you found something you liked. No matter what you think I invite you to subscribe. I can not promise to publish a new text every day, even though I occasionally do that for a week or two, but sometimes just a couple of times a month. That is because I also have a Norwegian blog at the same time as I am working on my dream to publish a book. If all goes well I will send the script to a publisher during the summer of 2016.

I have worked as a teacher, but I am currently on leave and treated for chronic illness. I also have NLD, which is so close to Asberger that most people do not see the difference. I am one of them.  Watch this video from The National Center for Learning Disability about NLD:


5 thoughts on “About

  1. I wasn’t familiar with NLD before this — thanks for sharing this video! I definitely want to learn more, especially because I’m hoping to be a special education teacher.

  2. Would you mind if I quote your byline on my site? It would make a wonderful addition to my “Someone Said” project.

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