BEEN FEELING A BIT OUT OF SORTS the last few days. Not good or bad exactly, just kinda spaced-out or indecisive or something...
Anyone who has delt with mental illness will have had their own "melancholy pit" to tackle at some point. In addition to this lovely poem...
Warped... now there's an interesting word. Have you ever thought about that?
The other night I had a dream.... well, maybe it was more of a nightmare. Somehow I had transported myself back to a time several years ago. It was one of those old circumstances... some kind of social or work situation... and I briefly felt like I used to feel... surrounded by all these mean, … Continue reading Moody Mondays: Flashbacks and brain patterns
Cats and midnight snacks on Wacky Wednesday - MidnightHarmony.com.
When talking to someone about mental health there's a tendency to feel a lot of guilt and shame.
LOVE ISN’T ALWAYS A B*TCH but then it’s not always not a b*tch either. Even when in a relationship, maintaining it can be far from simple...
A coconut birdhouse? Sure, of course. This idea came to me a while back via fellow blogger Fred over at Au Natural in response to my last coconutty post: The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without coconuts. His insightful words... "A coconut would make a good bird house." What a great idea! Of course.... as … Continue reading From the coconut files: Birdhouses, rum drinks and sing-a-longs
The ability to step outside the body and mind is not an easy one... next to impossible. Can we ever truly see ourselves objectively rather than subjectively? To be sure, objectivity versus subjectivity may seem like a rudimentary concept in theory. In practice, however, it can get overwhelmingly complicated, especially when attempting to apply the … Continue reading Moody Mondays: Getting honest through objectivity
THE CELEBRATION OF VALENTINE'S DAY can vary greatly for different people and so can the gift-giving.