Week One Part One of Homework

XT and I went outside and played for a while this morning.  We had a lot of fun.  I would have liked to stay out longer, but it’s gotten very cold and rainy here in the last week.  I think we’re going to try again later this afternoon, hoping the sun will make an appearance.

The remeron put me pretty out of it last night.  I need to remember to take it right about thirty minutes before I’m ready to fall asleep.  That’s hard for me, because I’m so rigid about my routines and schedules.  But like every other issue this blog talks about, it’s not the end of the world to change things.

I will be personally responding to all of you who sent me messages about my posts yesterday.  I am completely floored, honored, and full of gratitude that so many of you came to show so much support.  I feel like I have my own cheerleading squad rooting me on.  And well, I guess I kind of do.

I have to get back to doing some of my regular stuff for a bit now – you know the good stuff like laundry and emptying the dishwasher.  I’m also going to be getting a massage later today.  I figure I’ve earned it.  Thank you all again so very much.  I will be getting back to everyone today when I get my routines back on track.  (Hey, I said it wasn’t the end of the world to change, not that I was ready to become some new spontaneous person!)

Much love to you all.  Cheers!

8 Responses

  1. See….fantastic homework 🙂
    Have a good weekend…

    Sarah♥

  2. It’s really good to read your upbeat posts since seeing the psychiatrist. I’m soooooooo pleased! I’m hoping that it’s the start of a successful journey to relieve your anxiety.

    I started blogging because I felt that I couldn’t tell anyone I knew exactly what my wife and I were experiencing. Since I started blogging, I have met some of the nicest people. They make both me and my wife feel less alone dealing with her problems and I really appreciate their comments and feedback. Blogging has been really therapeutic!

    Continuing best wishes!

  3. Congratulations,
    It sounds like you are making great progress. That Remeron can knock out an elephant, at least in some people. I believe you are always supposed to pick a day in which you do not need to get up on which to start it. Good luck playing in the yard and relaxing. It sure beats buying a three dollar item with pennies- (my last homework assignment.)

    .

  4. one day at a time! keep up the good work!

  5. I’m glad things are working out for you. If only this cold weather would go away. It’s freezing here. I know I’m about ready for winter to be over.

    You’ll get used to your new routine too. It’ll just take some time.

  6. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog posts. If you’d like, please check out my blog at http://anxietyandme.blogspot.com/ where I have started to chronicle my journey through anxiety and depression. Take care. xoxo

  7. Have you lost you?

  8. Ehm..have WE lost you. Sorry. lol.

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