When I first started on the farm, I must admit that my life had no direction, no sense of purpose, no direction. Now, after four years on the farm, I can confidently state that I know the direction that I want to take my life.
Hello, this is Tim, reporting for Autistic Farms of America. When I first started on this adventure, I wouldn’t even have dreamed of touching a chicken. Now, after four years of hard work, I not only handle chickens, but look forward to it every day. And it is my hope that there are more people like me that get this opportunity.
Let it be known that autism is not easy to live with. Rather, it is a huge pain in the ass to deal with day in and day out. However, the correct outlet can result in a whole world of possibilities, so long as you don’t hesitate to seek them out.
Don’t be afraid to try something new. Don’t be afraid of being outside of your comfort zone. Most importantly, don’t be afraid.
So until next time, this is Tim from Autistic Farmers of America.