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...all sorts of opportunities open up! Today, thanks to my depression, I lost my job. However, this leaves me some open time to continue learning to code. I have applied to several places for jobs, be they part time or full time (enough to pay bills is what I'm worried about), and am now in … Continue reading When One Door Closes…
Sometimes I wonder how life has unfolded as it has. Currently, I'm in an amazing relationship with a wonderful man; I am loving my job; and my meds have been fantastic in keeping my depression and anxiety to an exceptionally dull roar. It seems, however, that the only time I write these blogs is late … Continue reading About time!
Do you ever have a clear moment that reminds you somehow of your childhood? Something that makes your brain pop something out from the dusty memories? I'd like to offer you a moment to go back in time. What brings up a childhood memory for you?
Between the most amazing man I've ever had the pleasure of knowing and the medication my psychologist continues to prescribe, my outlook on life has become beyond better than it used to be. It feels like before all this happened, I was living a nightmare I could not wake from. Before, I always wondered if … Continue reading Not for the anti-mushy folk.
2018 and 2019 were wrought with soaring highs and dark lows, one of which brought about a suicide attempt. Thankfully, the third week of July 2019 brought about the most wonderful, life changing connection. I have never known a man to love me for who I am, only who he thought he could mold me … Continue reading The Short of the Long
So much has happened in the past few years, but that can wait for the next post. I hope that everyone's 2020 brings great happiness!
A year and seven months, and a whole load of changes later. Life has been full of 'holyshitwhatthefuck' and 'this is so fantastic' between September 9, 2017 and now. I won't post any of the personal stuff, but I will say that I am doing my best to take life day by day instead of … Continue reading Out of the ether of life…
Thanks to Hurricane Irma, we have returned to Chicago until she takes her leave. You don't realize how thin-skinned you have become until you're away from the chill a while. We got here around 12:30AM Saturday, unfolded ourselves from the car, and immediately got the shivers. Right around 60° and us without long pants or … Continue reading September, we talked about this.
You've been a nasty month full of anxiety, upset, and overall unpleasantness. I will not miss you, but hope that next year you will be better behaved! September, you're looking somewhat promising - you are the last month of this rental, all of our belongings will be delivered to our new place, and the place … Continue reading Farewell, August!