Mood: Mixed episode still, but I feel the crash coming. Think fear is the only thing keeping me from crashing right now.
Plans: Have my class. On the way, call ds1's pdoc and see if she can do an emergency appt ASAP. He isn't handling life at all. He's in a severe mixed episode and I am very scared for him and worried too. More on that in another post. Probably make dinner if I muster up enough of "I care" to do it, otherwise it is on hub's shoulders. Boys should be home sometime tonight. Not sure when as I am supposed to be hanging by a thread regarding the ex's standards.
Have a good day everyone!
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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