Quoted coffee thee spoonie on Twitter (Twitter)

“It seems absurd that anyone would possibly *have* to order delivery, I know, but consider:
-cooking requires spoons, fine motor skills, repetitive arm movements (stirring or whisking etc)
-grocery shopping requires spoons & transportation
-clean up the dishes also requires spoons”

Yes. Disability/chronic illness + parenting means spoons (ie energy) that I used to be able to budget for myself now belongs to the kid, so I get delivery much more than I used to & it’s $$$.

Miserable human beings who you wouldn’t want to spend a second with in real life are capable of making something great that is beautiful or useful to you.


Thread. This is one of the reasons I haven’t spent my time in school worrying about doing everything right. If doing things right doesn’t get me the prize it’s supposed to, I might as well instead focus on doing what’s interesting.