I have not that much to say, but I wanted you all to know that I am still at home. I should finish up my partial hospitalization program this coming Thursday. I am not sure that I have progressed as much as I would have liked, but I cannot stay in the program forever.
Alex finished up his summer job on Thursday. That was also my birthday. I had a good day. We went to Olive Garden for dinner. I would rather have gone to Outback, but could not afford the expense. I hope my forty-second year is more fortunate than the forty-first. I do not think that I can survive another year that brings so much disaster. Two breakdowns in one year is a record for me. Usually one suffices to mess up everything.
I am still trying to figure out how I am going to rectify the financial mess I made while I was manic. So far I have come up with no solution. Any suggestions would be appreciated…
Whatever I do seems
To go drifting up
Like bubbles on
A gentle wind,
Only I wish that
Would stay aloft
Instead of bursting
And leaving me
To start all over again.
© Jo Ann J. A. Jordan
Saturday, July 16, 2005
Just a little musing that came to me now. Actually I think things are going to get better, I just don’t know when.
I have been reading quite a lot lately. I highly recommend both Your Best Life Now by Joel Osteen and The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova.
I guess the reason I have not been on here lately is that I just cannot come up with much to say. I do not know how I managed to write here everyday before, but now I just come up blank. Being in therapy I stay pretty busy too and have not so much time to write.
Today is the first day I have even turned the computer on in weeks. I do not know if this is a good thing or a bad one. I guess since I was spending most of my time in front of the computer before that it is good, but I miss the time I spent blogging. I most miss my friends here. I wish I could think of more to say.
I hope all of you are well and that you prosper as time goes by.