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The week started out feeling busy as hell but has died to a dull crawl by the weekend. I doubt our entire summer will be like this, but if it is I’m fine with that. Continue reading
I still do not identify myself as sad, but the behavior I’m documenting – when I look at from a clinical perspective – makes me say it is depression. Is it really? I don’t know. Especially given how quickly I swung back up at the end of the week. Continue reading
Originally I had planned to keep my template for this private and just renew the update on it. It was marked as a sticky for me so I could just easily click the “Copy” button and run. Some reason today when I went to do so, I found that it had meandered down my postings. I thought I fixed it, but then I realized I made it public and people were looking at it. So… my template for this mood tracker has been added to the “Tool Kit” category.
Feel free to use it in whatever way is helpful to you. The numeric scales I use are not clinical scales. I made them up. In fact I know the pain scale run from 0 to 9 here in the states, but for me that many numbers on a spectrum scale like that loses meaning.
I feel like crap. Have been for the last few days – kind of like the flu type deal, but I know that isn’t what it is. I’ve had no energy and by afternoon I feel pretty dead. It sucks.
And just when I think things can’t suck anymore than they already do, I get a phone call from the school telling me that Little Bear needs to stay home from school during the two field days coming up next week. Continue reading
I know I have been horribly absent. I’ve blown off my mood tracker completely. I haven’t even been writing as of late. A post from me is long over due. What better way to pop in than to post good news from the events of yesterday? Continue reading
This is mostly for my friend, Razor, since I don’t know of anyone else playing FFXI that reads my blog. It’s worth noting that I plan to transfer over all my Team Toad pages from LiveJournal to here. It’s just a matter of getting around to it. Continue reading