Monthly Archives: March 2013

Sunday.

Daylight savings. I didn’t sleep at all. I slept in a bohemian temple, an artists den. Vietnamese food at around 5 a.m.  Pancakes around noon. Wandering around their apartment in the odd hours of the morning, trying to sleep in … Continue reading

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Saturday.

I stepped outside to buy Cheerios at the corner store, as I could not fathom eating anything else this morning. It is warm, though still early March. The sun is bright and welcoming, and it is one of those days that when … Continue reading

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Friday.

Friday. Since Tuesday to now has been good. I am sure the good will continue for sometime. It is nice. Things are nice. People are nice. Food is nice. Sleep is nice. Nice nice nice. Okay. 🙂 

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Monday.

What crazy looks like. Our perceptions on mental health are so skewed. Today I spent a few hours in my closet. I find small spaces comforting. Is that insane? What is insane? I spent some of the evening having strange, … Continue reading

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Sunday.

I want to feel inspired. I want something to sweep me off my feet and send me out into the world, bright and shining. That doesn’t happen. Once in a while, sure, something truly exceptional happens and sparks a shift, … Continue reading

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Saturday Tidings

Bread, with peanut butter, and later, with butter. One of my roommate’s bananas. I will buy more. Read a little of Thich Nhat Hanh, and Marya Hornbacher, both of whom are staple writers for me. The epilogue of Wasted, discussing the … Continue reading

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Friday Tidings.

Depression. Every day, or at least part of everyday, feels like hell. Your favourite places and people and activities and passions and hopes and dreams are all soggy grey rags in a bucket of cool, mop-water. And then some partying … Continue reading

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