Morning everyone. For everyone who's been hit by these storms, I hope you faired well.
Weather: Dark, gloomy, going to rain but humid and low 80's
Sleep: Restless to spite the Trazadone.
Mood: Very anxious as the neuro appt approaches. Weather adding to it. Level otherwise. Manic gone.
Plans: Went to the labor pool, did more taxi runs. Will do more later on to pick people up. Going to go get my hair trimmed up and pick up some dye to get the dye to color it. May pick up a Red Box movie or two. I don't know. Just feel like energy is declining fast. May do breakfast. We'll see.
Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson
Mood:Hopeful. Things are maybe finally starting to look up for me.
Plans. Matt woke up just as I was leaving, so he ended up driving me around to a bunch of places nearby so I could put in job applications. Think I have three really good prospects, we'll see though. Really looking forward to getting back in the work force. Now if I can just get a break and something go right for a change. Tired, but happy fulfilled tired. Hope to hear back from somebody soon. Till then, it's laundry, laundry, and more laundry. Take care my friends and have a nice week-end.
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