Plans: Hubie works an 8 tonight, so I'm hanging around the house till he gets home. Not doing much. Watching tv, messing around on the computer, got to cook dinner at some point. Not sure what I'm gonna fix. Another boring Thursday. Hope everyone has a great day. Take care.
Weather: Hot and rain keeps passing by but not happening
Sleep: Restless and very little
Mood: Depressed with manic behaviors still...anxiety high as can be
Plans: More time on the phones. Pdoc appt who took away the trileptal totally, up'd my celexa and refused to give me more than 1 mg of klonapin twice a day for my anxiety. the celexa is supposed to take care of that. Yeah right. Did some grocery shopping and impressed the heck out of hubby. $74.87 total. With coupons and matched sale items....Final cost $40.84. Going to cook dinner...must muster energy and caring to do so in a few to do it. Then I think I am going to slink off to no where land for a while or maybe scan some photos.
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
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