So here is a quick summary of May...
In general I have preferred May to April. I have had a bit of a bout of less-than-regular medication. I took it nearly daily, but sometimes at night and sometimes in the morning, and I did take a slightly higher dosage for most of May to try and snap out of April.
Stoopid Frelling April.
After some conversations with someone from my meeting I am considering creating some new sort of spiritual seeking something. It is nebulous at the moment. We both have some energy around having some way of having youth (and adults) deeply examine their own beliefs as well as learning about other people's deeply held beliefs (in our faith tradition and in others). Or something like that. Nebulous yet.
I will start rehearsing with my fiddle player soon. For our performance that is still a month away. That way I will be well prepared. I have to learn some hymns, including "How Can I Keep From Singing," which I have always wanted to memorize but have not yet been able to manage. Now the pressure is on.
I have procrastinated in getting my payments in for my two art festivals coming up. One is this coming Saturday. I am semi-frantically finishing items. I need to worry about getting things priced and making sure that I have all my ducks in a row in terms of display. I want to bring my bookshelf... but I think I'll need to borrow a truck to get it there. Or just have someone shuttle me there .
I will try to get back to posting. I know it is an important part of my continuing treatment for bipolar. It forces some of the introspection as well as looking outside myself to the wider world.
This Friday (I think) I have an appointment with Behavioral Psych Nurse NP.
There are only 6 days of the school year left.
I discovered that I am being payed year round. Which is awesome. They just take some out of my paycheck each month during the year so I have my salary spread evenly throughout twelve months.
Which makes things much easier and I can consider doing fun things with my family. Woot.
Grateful Crap: a spiritual home for my family with multigenerational connections
Mostly compliant with mostly meds... 450 mg lamotrigine
Connecting with family and faith community
Mostly eating healthy (except this past weekend when I overindulged somewhat)
Ummm... speaking for NAMI
And some other things
Quaker, teacher, parent,