After working last night, I am now trying not to fall asleep while eating turkey. Thank you to your service all who work tonight. I know that pain and suffering. May you survive the day. Here is some Thanksgiving cheer.
It has been hard to stay positive in the past few weeks. With the hate going on for the election from almost everyone, to the pain of life and body with me personally, to the fears of issues with my car and apartment, it has all been trying to distract me. Being focused on the positive has been exceptionally difficult.
But I have been here before.
I know this walls and darkness.
I can do better now.
One of the positives of coming off one of medications is my brain fog has lifted greatly. This has given me the ability to focus and think much more clearly for the first time in almost 2 years. I am not saying I haven’t been myself in that time, more of, I can do so with much less effort. I have always considered myself intelligent, and have been told so by others much more intelligent than I, and I feel like that part has been robbed from me in this time. Now it has taken quite a bit more to do my pain management as it takes a lot out of me to focus on not letting it effect my life. It is nice switch from focusing on my mind and thoughts to focusing on my body.
Looking ahead I have felt with the upcoming holidays, the presidential election and the results, and some more conventions, I am looking into spreading that positive thinking and prayer onto other people. In these times of holidays and the winter months, depression and loneliness can come over everyone. I am looking into a project that I have wanted to do for awhile.
It is no small task however.
I am wanting to go through my friends list on my personal social media sites, the email list of this blog, and all other outreaches I can and write at least one letter telling that personal that they are special and loved and that I am thinking and praying for them. I want to spread more love and joy to others.
And this is on top of my life, work, and writing on my blog.
However, I think the results would be more than worth it.
I am so thankful for what I have been given in my life. Yes, I write about my hard times and troubles here on my blog, but this is a great place to vent and to show others they are not alone in hardships or so that they know what someone living with invisible disabilities goes through. I have tried to show the opposite side of the coin and show the life and joy that can be had in spite of these trials. I have tried to bring something positive into this world.
I am trying my best to have an impact on this world, at least those in my reach, and be the most wonderful person I can be.
I ask you all, dear readers, that if you want to be part of my and joy making, I would ask you join the email list on my blog, follow my twitter or you can leave a message on this post or any others. I will see and respond. I will keep all information confidential, unless you say I can share it with others.
Lets bring back love for each other. Lets spread some joy.
I am on the road with family. Being thanksgiving and all is making it difficult to post.
My panel went very well and I am looking forward to telling you guys all about it soon. I just wish there was more time in the day to be able to the even do half the things that I want to do.
It is been a very tiring two weeks as I’ve had back to back conventions. I’ve been through a lot and seen a lot and it is been some bad and some good.
For now I want to wish everyone a happy turkey day and I want to say to everyone thank you for being a part of my life.
Hug a pony my friends.