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For Today… Thursday, February 4, 2016
Outside my window…still dark and gloomy, but no rain at the moment, here in NJ.
I am thinking…I need to do something about organizing my writing paraphernalia. Why is it all I can do is think about it. It would make my work easier if I could find things at my finger tips.
I am thankful…That it isn’t currently raining as my therapy appt is a walk from the parking garage.
I am wearing…black pants with a turquoise top with a collar.
I am creating…mounds and mounds of clutter in my bedroom which is the room I live in. This is dad’s house so I have my bedroom to keep my junk and I am a hoarder so it just keeps getting higher.
I am going…to therapy today.
I am wondering…what to write for my next article.
I am reading…the Bible verse by verse starting in Genesis. I am still in Genesis sadly. It is a slow read.
I am hoping…to be accepted by another volunteer blogging outfit. Still waiting to hear.
I am learning…tolerance and forgiveness through God and to ask for what I need.
In my kitchen…there is practically no food still. Hmm this is a real problem when we are supposed to be eating healthy.
A favorite quote for today…No act of kindness, no matter how small, is every wasted. —-Aesop
A peek into one of my days…Really depends on sleep, mental health and my blogging schedule and that schedule is loose. No definite time set.
One of my favorite things…is writing for my blogs.
As a Mental Health Advocate I have to reblog this post on Post Partum Bipolar Disorder. We need to make this more recognizable as a mental health disorder just as important as bipolar disorder itself.
My favorite high school English teacher was Mrs. Redclay.
Mrs. Redclay was different than my other English teachers at Palisades High School. Instead of the Shakespearean canon, she taught us Robert M. Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. Dressed in her 70’s-era outfits, she stood out among the conservative, monied set of West Los Angeles; not quite a hippie, yet definitely eccentric.
Mrs. Redclay wrote my college recommendation letter and noted, “Dyane has a fine value system that reflects deep respect for herself and others.”
While I must admit that wasn’t exactly true back then,
I’m all about r-e-s-p-e-c-t now!
Especially when it comes to recognizing ALL eight perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
Sock it to me!
When we wrote our essay assignments, Mrs. Redclay implored us to answer the question “So what?” in each piece.
Sometimes students received their papers back with a “So what?” scrawled at the top instead of the…
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