Excessive heat warnings lead to excessive laziness. Children and I had a hunker down around the air conditioner and watch movies today. And I read. Stayed up too late last night beading. It was glorious. I will take a picture of the finished product. It is a tubular peyote stitch lanyard for my ID badge. Sexy, huh? But it is beautiful and comfortable and I will wear it a lot.
I wonder if it is possible to get hooked on the feeling of Depression going away. Because this now feels like I just got glasses for the first time and fog is lifted from everything. Or cataract surgery. Or I used to be living life underwater and now I am on land and can see and hear and think so much more clearly. And I remember this from when we originally got the bupropion doses right.
I am so thankful once again that I live in a time and a place where more than one prescription drug to tread Depression is available. And that I have access to them. And that it is mostly covered by health insurance that I get through Spouse. If I lived in a different time maybe all the physical labor of just ordinary daily life and the lack of processed sugar explosion foods might have mitigated my experience of Depression. But maybe not. I'm certainly not going to jump on the paleo bandwagon. Not very fond of bandwagons in general.
Grateful Crap: local landscaping company advertises that they have "gluten-free mulch" and "non-GMO river-rock"
communicated with some people
made some plans
took my meds
blogged; really want to get back in the daily habit
Quaker, teacher, parent,