I couldn't find a picture of the Norwegian Getaway by itself, so I cheated and put in a picture of two cruise ships docked next to each other just to give you an idea of how huge these things are and give myself an excuse for not writing before now. I've been too tired. I've spent the last week since we got home last Sunday laying on the couch. The problem I'm running into with this post is that I somehow managed to put TWO pictures in the post, and the first picture is of a … [Read more...] about Aww, It’s Over
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Telling a depressed person to "just get motivated" is like telling a rock to dance. You'll get the same result. It's not because they don’t want to get motivated. It's because getting motivated is an overwhelming task when you’re depressed. Is motivation impossible? Definitely not, you just have to find a process that works for you. There is a saying: "The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step." But you can't get out of bed much less take a thousand mile journey. For many … [Read more...] about Ways To Get Motivated When You Are Depressed
A Thought For The Ages Time is patient where I am not. I think I would welcome the rest provided by a police officer as he wrote out his ticket, but mom and dad are waiting, so I remain hyper-vigilant as I leave school for their house, an arched cat, flying through the day, looking in the rear view mirror for the flash of blue lights. Upon arrival, I de-plane and enter. I greet my mother with a kiss. She stares at me, blank as a sheet of paper. She has not eaten anything today, which … [Read more...] about A Thought For The Ages
I have three children, and my oldest boy, Ryan, was recently married. People say they remember exactly what they were doing or where they were when momentous occasions occur. To say I remember exactly what I was doing or even what sort of day it was the day that he told me he was getting married would be a lie. The fact is, when Ryan called to tell me that he had met the girl of his dreams at a mutual friend’s wedding, that her name was Georgiana, and that he was going to marry her, it was on a … [Read more...] about Not Forgotten
By the fifty-sixth year of her life, Lucky Bates had already lost most of her hearing. It wasn’t that she minded the extra physical illness—she had high blood pressure, borderline diabetes, and a bad case of psoriasis—but that extra little bit of ‘not understanding’ made her cranky. The five different diagnoses from five different mental health professionals that rounded out her medical file—now that was a horse of a different color. Each of them represented a separate scarlet “A” she locked … [Read more...] about The Language of Love-a short story