About me

I’m Stef. I’m a writer + graphic designer in Minnesota. I love my wife, my city, technical communication, rhetoric, Sherlock Holmes—and bees, of course. My wife and I are in the process of becoming foster/adoptive parents. We’re looking for an autistic child for our family, the one thing I think we’re missing.

I began this blog with Jesse and we wrote about the dynamics of our neurodiverse relationship. She was The Neurotypical Wife and many of my blog posts have a link to her thoughts on the same subject. Recently we learned that Jesse is not neurotypical and not particularly fond of blogging. So we’re not going to do that anymore. You’re stuck with just me, now. 🙂

I use identity-first language. Here’s some information about that. I use terms specific to neurodiversity. You can learn more about that here. I also use image descriptions. For these reasons. 

If you find anything on this blog to be inaccessible or require a content warning that I have missed, please let me know. It is my sincere intent not to exclude anyone.

7 thoughts on “About me

  1. Hi. I found your blog through Autism Women’s Network on FB, who linked to a post of yours. Your imagery was excellent, and helped me to use language that can explain my own shutdowns. ALSO. I absolutely adore the font that you’re using – could you tell me what it is, please?

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  2. Hello! I am very much in love with your blog, it expresses all the things I wish to but struggle with sometimes, and it’s so lovely and reassuring to know there are others out there like me who think in the same ways I do. You’re just awesome and I am so grateful for this blog! Thank you for making it and writing on it!
    (Also, bees are the best. Bees are so good, lil friends just doing their jobs.)

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  3. Stef, your blog is currently included on our Actually Autistic Blogs List (anautismobserver.wordpress.com). Please click on the “How do you want your blog listed?” link at the top of that site to personalize your blog’s description.
    Thank you.
    Judy (An Autism Observer)

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