I got to work from home today which I was happy about. Amanda had another ECT as well. She said she felt better after.
She’s here with me tonight as a matter of fact. It’s much nicer having someone to sleep next to. The magic warmth of their presence soothes and sedates.
I have to make 80 dollars last two weeks. I don’t know how I’m going to pull that off. But I have to. I think I know what I’m going to do, and tough times are ahead. Can’t pick up my meds so running out of Buspar is imminent. But of my meds, it’s easily the least important.
It’s the end of the week. My brain is mush. Next week I’m back in the classroom. So much fun. I can’t wait.
I feel a little strung out, but otherwise good. Walking a tightrope. Trying to stay alive out here spinning off on my own.
I’m watching that National Geographic Channel show Mars, where they contrast a fictional story of people actually going to the red planet with examples of modern innovation which could lead to our eventual journey there. It’s interesting, because this is something I may actually see in my lifetime. The first people to set foot on another world. A true benchmark moment for human civilization. I didn’t get to see humans walk on the moon, but Mars is a bigger prize. How unreal that would be.
Well Amanda crashed out early. I’m not ready to go to sleep yet but here I am in bed. Talking to you.
Ok. Im going to go play Bookworm. Have a good evening.