Wednesday, December 12, 2007


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My sister called me yesterday with a funny story about her son. He is six and is also on the spectrum. She put up her tree yesterday and her husband has this star trek ornament from his childhood. My sister is careful to hide that baby somewhere where her son won't see it. It's actually a little star ship enterprise and it has a button on top where you press to hear different snippets of star trek wisdom. The reason it was hidden was because her son likes to press the button over and over again and script the lines from it. Well he found it, of course. My sister said he could say the lines perfectly in the order that they come out when the button is pressed. If he doesn't understand a word he will 'replace' it with one that sounds appropriate. He is a funny kid, he seriously cracks me up. So my sister hears him say 'live long and eat pasta'. I can imagine Spock saying that sitting at the table getting ready to dig in to a nice big bowl of spaghetti and meatballs, can you picture it?
I will file that one away with 'pirates of the carrots and beans'. My nephew is awesome!


Maddy said...

Sounds like a keeper to me!

This is my calling card or link"Whittereronautism"until blogger comments get themselves sorted out.

M said...

Oh. my. cod. THAT? Is hilarious.

My step dad had a very similar sounding (perhaps the same?!) ornament when I was a child and I was in LOVE with it. So cool so cool. (Even as a child I was a supreme dorkzilla)

Though mine never said live long and eat pasta. ;)

drama mama said...

Love it!!!

tired kitten said...

That is too cute! I was lauging. Ken has the "Danger, Will Robinson" robot - who needs new batteries probably.