Monthly Archives: May 2013

Hard

It’s hard to write when I feel okay.  I had some long, strange dreams about school. I actually feel very little passion about school, though I know that I love it. Is this the medication, making me numb? I always … Continue reading

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Third Morning Ramblings

Daily I am working to climb out of myself back into the light. Sometimes I am not even in the dark, but in some grey haze that is still not the normal world. My sinuses are clogged. There is something … Continue reading

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on writing, apparently.

Need to send out work to be published.  Family. Theatre has only ever been family. And people in Kerala. Somehow. Had I something different than I have, I might be happier, but there is little purpose in pursuing such thinking. … Continue reading

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Edmonton, Day 1

Took the Via Rail from Toronto to Edmonton. At my friends’ home. Listening to “Best of You” by the Foo Fighters, one of my all time favourite songs. We are about to watch a movie. I am traveling. I am … Continue reading

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Living.

I can do video blogs now, as I have a working webcam. Excellent. I feel good. Normal. Normal exists. I feel like just another human being! Which I always am, but rarely feel like. I am just someone else at … Continue reading

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Digging Out.

Thanks to Michele for a great blog name, the title of which I’m stealing here.  I did dig myself out today. I started watching a documentary. Documentaries always help. The key is reconnecting with humanity, with the world, with life … Continue reading

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Tea

I am no longer allowed to be depressed. Sure, I need certain treatments, and it’s not my fault, but I have a huge responsibility to stay a float. If I’m lonely- if I’m pain of all pains lonely, call a … Continue reading

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