- An unreliable person. A procrastinator. A careless or lazy person. Dishonest and doesn’t keep to their word. They’ll tell you they’re going to do one thing, and never do it. They’ll tell you that they’ll meet you somewhere, and show up an hour late or don’t show up at all.
Last October, I had the honor and joy of meeting my amazing Canvas co-founder, Lulu, live and in person. Well at the beginning of this month, the lovely Canvas author DeeDee Chickadee alighted into my geographical area, and we got to spend a very wonderful day together. Click the links to read all about the blue tongues, the flaming cheese, me on a rock climbing wall in four-inch heels, and the friendship between us. Continue reading
If the truth be known, I am totally consumed by writing (FINALLY) my memoir. I have a lot to write about. I have not had a “regular” life. No, really, I haven’t.
Those of you who have been following my personal blog (shameless plug #1:) http://www.bipolarforlife.me will have been getting a fairly significant preview of coming, uh, attractions. Continue reading
All of your hard work and patience will pay off eventually. I’m not saying that it is easy but as long as you have at least in the back of your mind that you really want to get better, then you will.
There are days when you will think there is no hope, I am hopeless and helpless but ever so gradually you will start to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Like I say, it just takes time and determination. Continue reading
When I first found this blog I though, “what a cool idea!”
And then, the more I read, the more I thought, I wish I were invited to contribute to this blog. I really like what they’re doing here.
Well, lo and behold, here I am! Continue reading
Today is 10 September 2012, a day that has been designated World Suicide Awareness Day. I know that this is a very frightening subject for so many people, even those without mental illness, to talk about. But do you know what I think is even more frightening than discussing suicide? Not discussing suicide. Continue reading
Has anyone else ever been a child? Were you popular? You know, like a cheerleader, or a jock, or something like that? If so, go away. Oh, I’m just kidding, I guess you can stay. Though what I’m about to say might totally blow your mind. Also, it’s probably longer than an episode of Bachelor Pad, so you’ve been warned.
You see, popular people, there are a lot of us who were not popular. In fact, some of us were the opposite of popular. I had a friend like that. Continue reading