Well. It’s been over a week since I started taking my depression and I’m doing way better. No more nausea or vomiting. And I think it’s working. I’ve been in a much better mood lately. So either the meds are working or the placebo effect is working its magic on me.
I recently joined a knitting group here and it was interesting. Not bad by any means but I was the youngest member. It was very thought provoking and I wonder if knitting and crochet is a dying art or if younger people are knitting are they more introverted or do they just not know that these groups exist. I’ll be doing more research for that for a post this Saturday. I didn’t post any more about my WIPs because I’m still working on the same projects.
I got to spend time with one of my best friends tonight. He knows if been lonely and so he invited me out to spend time with some friends. It was so much fun. I even got a gift. He’s the best friend I could ever ask for in times like this. He got me yarn and a complete set of crochet hooks. He knows me so well.
Tomorrow I’ll be going to a different friends place to hang out and watch movies. I’ll be bringing my knitting of course. Something to do with my hands while I’m watching movies. Without something I get very fidgety. I hope I’m not the only one. Anyway, I’m going to relax for the rest of the evening.
Happy knitting and happy holidays!
I’ve probably said this a lot already but my job keeps me very busy. It also keeps me away from home a little more than I’d like. This week is no exception. I have the distinct pleasure of staying in another hotel for tonight. And stupid me forgot my knitting! so I’ll be spending the evening looking for patterns. Even though I can’t knit doesn’t mean the day is wasted.
I also wanted to touch base on some other things that have been on my mind recently. I wasn’t even sure if I should type this. It’s hard to even think about it. Anyways, I’ve struggled with severe depression and eating disorders for most of my life. I’ve tried desperately to fight it on my own, but lately my depression has been more out of control than ever. So, I made the decision to start taking medication. I’ve been on medication before and it helped but for whatever reason I stopped taking it, and all it did was make it worse. So this time, I wont stop taking the medication unless my doctor and I both agree that it’s the best option for me.
So far, the medication I’m taking has had some truly spectacular side effects. One of the most frustrating being nausea and vomiting. It kind of feels like withdrawals. But, once it builds up in my system it will get better. I’ll keep you updated as I progress.
I cant wait to get home. In the mean time it’s pattern searching time. I hope everyone has a good week.
I took a very long break from this blog. I had many things on my mind and needed some time to work on things.
Mother’s day passed on the 13th and the Monday before was the two year anniversary of my mom’s passing. In that time I was thinking more about what would make my mom proud and that would mean doing what makes me happy so here I am back at it.
I’m revamping this blog to make it more streamlined with my work schedule. Speaking of I’m still working as a phlebotomist, however, I’m also working on an ambulance crew down here so I’m back to working two jobs.
I’ll also be going back to school for an accounting degree. I eventually want to start a business selling yarn and all things knitting and crochet. I figured that this would be a good way to start.
The new set up is as follows.
Saturdays- Stories (Things I find online that would be interesting reads)
Wednesdays- WIP’s (I’ll discuss my progress on my projects)
Mondays- Moments (Thoughts I have about things going on in my life)
I’m very excited to get back to my crazy, busy, hectic life. I love staying busy with work and life. Many things are changing around here and I’m glad they are working out for the best!
I ran across this article while I was on Facebook and thought you would like it.
It’s just a little article about how the fiber arts are good for your health.