Keeping active

The last few days have been eventful. Between the Saskatchewan trip, followed with my short Calgary jaunt, and event coverage in between, I've been busy. It hasn't been the type of busy that has been overwhelming though. The highway time has been long, for sure, but the events I have been covering and writing about …

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Roots

  Roots. Try as we may to hide them, we all have them. The last few days have been a whirlwind, with our trip to Saskatchewan to see Lynn's family. Once we got back, I was home overnight, then gone again overnight in Calgary. In a way, I was returning to my roots on this …

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Stress and Self-care.

Today, I am thankful for family. I am thankful that I live in a country where different faiths can be held, and differing opinions can be held, though not always agreed upon. I am extremely thankful for the friends and family who have stuck by side over the past months and years, no matter how …

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Road trip.

Yesterday, Lynn and I hit the open road headed east to Saskatchewan. Despite the late start we got due to Lynn waking up with a massive headache, we still made good time, and made it to the in-laws place before it got too terribly late. The trip may have been long, but the weather cooperated, …

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Celebrate the wins

Today, I'm struggling. I'm starting to feel like I'm spinning my wheels, and going nowhere. I know it's the illness whispering in my ear, and telling me lies. I know I have to fact check the thoughts that flood through me. I know I am better than I have been in a long time. I'm …

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From the ashes, a phoenix shall rise.

*IMAGE from google search, if you own this image I will take it down upon request.* Today has been significantly better, although I have most certainly moved through the stages of grief about my psychiatrist dropping me as a patient. Currently, I am firmly planted on anger. I'm pissed. There is no other way to …

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I’ve had better days…

Well, it's safe to say that I have had better days. I saw my family doctor today, and she informed me that my psychiatrist is no longer willing to see me, and is dropping me as a patient. I'm still kind of numb, because that doctor did help me out a lot. I know she's …

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