Category Archives: Mental Illness

Weather’s Turning

Wednesday : We had a temp drop and some frost two nights ago. Everyone’s gardens probably got a bit of a shock from that. I took the day off from running on Tuesday and my evening was a bit of … Continue reading

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Easing In

I had my first shift in a little over a week today. S. had taken me up on my offer to take her opening grocery shift. Sometime in the past two weeks the start time for that shift had changed … Continue reading

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Montreal / No-Montreal

I was going to go with the Stagnant Stars guys and S. to Montreal. In fact, I had packed my bag and gone to hang out with them all day waiting for everyone to be ready. We drove all the … Continue reading

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New Things

Monday after the meeting I needed to run. Aside from intervals at the park I hadn’t gone for a hard run yet this year. I did my normal route to Assiniboine park and back and then kicked it over the … Continue reading

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Take a Break(down)

I had a bit of a breakdown on Monday. I had forgotten to send J. this poster we had worked on the day before. I was already late for work after voting and going to the bank and had to … Continue reading

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I am what I eat, apparently.

After going to Hollow Reed last week I’ve been taking a few new supplements and trying to avoid certain foods all in the hopes of improving my mood. I think it’s been working but I’m having some serious issues with … Continue reading

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Monday’s Meeting

Today at the meeting I didn’t say anything because I didn’t want to bring everyone else down. I can’t deal with people’s concerned looks sometimes. My friends at the ‘drag ask me whats up, try to make me feel better. … Continue reading

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