I am self-diagnosed as having ADD. When I was growing up there weren't neat little labels like that - and there certainly weren't pills to 'help' you. In fact what there was in school was a cuff on the ear, or if 'help' was really required, there was also 'the STRAP' (anyone around remember that ?). But I digress.
From my reading about ADD, I've found that besides the (sometimes, not always) difficulty in focusing and not becoming easily distracted, a sufferer (?) of ADD can also become very focused, almost to the exclusion of other things that need to be done, on a particular task or project. I think I experienced that when I built a cabin out back a few years ago. I would be out there every available waking hour working on it - in the WINTER (no bugs !).
Perhaps this positive (?) aspect of ADD is one of the things that has helped me reach day 300 of this Project 365. I would also like to think that it's the encouragement I have received from the many friends I have met here in cyberspace or bloggerland. So I found a nice little place on my way home from the dentist today to reflect on that.
(70-200mm f11 1/25 sec ISO200)