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A sock

With my autism comes weird actions you might feel puzzled about. An example is my socks. They are stretched many times to feel tight against my toes which calms me. After a while, they become long enough for even more relief. Next I stretch them out above my toes and then fold them toward my ankles for a good, tight feeling inside my shoe. Then I can feel pressure on my feet that listen better to my direction when I can know where they are planted or moving. A good feeling. New socks are not ready, and they must be worked with to perform well. A sock is so much more than a covering. A sock is important to me.
 
~Sarah

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