A Three-Year Journey
What a fun day. Love the pictures. I really also liked the last post about reclaiming the morning. So sad about the Ativan and the doctor. I am trying to retrain myself to becomming a morning person because I also love the added hours to my day! Glad you are well.
Dear Paul,Welcome to my blog. Glad you liked the photographs!Susan
Dear KJ,It was a fun day, and we had brunch at our favorite neighborhood restaurant. Yes, the Ativan was a real mistake. In retrospect, I can't imagine what he was thinking or why I didn't realize it was a huge mistake. Alas...but it's great to be a morning person once again!Susan
Hey Susan,I love your photos, and what you have listed as your 'qualifications' (about having survived your 100 depressive episodes). Your post reminded me a lot of my friend George Denslow, who recently wrote a book entitled Living out of Darkness: A personal journey of embracing the bipolar opportunity. Read my review of it here: the Happy Today Blog. If interested, you can learn more about George and the book, and/or read his "Living Out of Darkness Blog" here: www.LivingOutofDarkness.com
Dear Layla,Welcome to my blog. Thanks for your comment, and for letting me know about George's book. I've had a very busy day and I'm very tired, but I'll check your links tomorrow.Susan
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