We got more snow. The goo in my lungs is gurgling. Which is never a good thing. There is a song going through my head:
"Walking pneumonia, walking pneumonia
will you go a-walking pneumonia with me..."
Which I am pretty sure is not a real song. I am also pretty sure that I do not have walking or sitting or lying-down pneumonia. The gurgling is just reminiscent of that.
Went to kids' conferences and talked to all their teachers including the specialists. I remember being a specialist on conference days... you have to be there the same amount of time but many parents don't think to speak to you.
I feel like I am losing time a bit. And like maybe I am having a harder time shaking the Sad than I first expected. I know that cortisol and stress crap is harder for folks with chronic Depression to get rid of. I'm not sure about the Sad.
It's really hard to find any information on whether people being treated for clinical Depression hang on to Sad mood. Because mood and sad and depressed are all tangled together. And most searches I do just help differentiate between sadness and Depression.
But there's a more complex layer. Because moods don't just disappear. There are ups and downs whether you are being treated or not. And Depressed does not mean crying non-stop for 24 hours per day. Sometimes it doesn't even feel Sad. Just Empty.
Feeling sad. Feeling removed. Feeling like time is getting away from me. I'm pretty sure it is still March. The outside temperatures seem to corroborate this.
pediatrician: Is snoring a problem for her?
3yo: yes. my papa snores. it is very loud.
took meds and stuff
slept a lot (not the Big Fatigue, but just a medium tired)
kept house mostly not horrible; did not overclean
Quaker, teacher, parent,