It's the day before Thanksgiving and all through the house, not a creature was stirring because I don't have to do much cooking this year. I'll work from home today, but only for a few hours. Then the holiday weekend will begin. I plan to go to a friend's house to hang out for a … Continue reading And thus, the holidays begin
"Blinding pain" is one of those expressions one reads and hopes to never fully understand. It's an apt description, though. There is a certain degree of pain that will make your vision swim, will make your world turn white. I never, before now, understood what a full 10 on a pain level scale felt like. … Continue reading Blinding Pain
You want to stop spending so much. You even wrote a post about it the other day (Financial solutions and headway disorientation update). And yet you went to Sephora and spent $90 today, for no real reason. You intended to just go and get a sample of a foundation. You've gotten sick of tinted moisturizer. … Continue reading It’s Okay To Want To Feel Pretty
Had drinks with Cookie after work yesterday. Hadn't seen him in a while and it was a lovely catch up. It was also my first time having a drink in almost two weeks, and I was amused as hell to find two glasses of wine made me slightly loopy. Fun times, though! We parted ways … Continue reading Cookie and weight loss. What a fun combination!
I am drinking today and I know it's out of loneliness. It's one of those times where I'm completely content sitting at home in comfy clothes with a blanket on me cuddling with my cats and don't want to make plans with anyone or leave my house or do anything at all. And yet there's … Continue reading Let’s get witchy
Planned dinner: taco chili. It was already in the fridge, in a pre-portioned container. I made the chili the other day and it's delicious. I'd eaten it for several meals already. Actual dinner: a whole order of cheesy garlic breadsticks, half a 15" pepperoni pizza, and half a bottle of wine. Maybe it was the … Continue reading Overate again, and that’s okay
I kept turning away from the water and gazing towards the hills surrounding Nice. The lush greenery beckoned to me.
Social Anxiety causes me to feel awkward around people, even those I've known for a dozen years and love dearly. Alcohol causes the filter of anxiety to release and everything I've been unable to speak of previously comes out in a torrent, for better or for worse. It's freeing and I enjoy the sensation. Lately, … Continue reading Social Anxiety and Alcohol