What kind of games do you play? I was very tempted to buy Fallout 4 this morning, but I realized that I have no time right now for it. Or, that I would prioritize playing it over studies...I'm currently up late finishing an assignment, and I'm counting down the hours until I have to wake up again. I'm in the middle of the Witcher 3 but, haven't played it in a while, so maybe cancelling fallout was a good idea.
Yes, I flew a plane and been parasailing. It was beautiful, that feeling of gliding. Adrift on the wind. Nothing on quite compares on terra firma. Something about heights and depths just captivates me. Waling the midline on ground, with gravity, well, I'm about as graceful as a bird barreling into someone's face. Generally, my face and the floor really.
The necklace, this may sound idiotic, but I bought it on the best day of the year last year. I was alone on the beach in the homeland (if you don't already know, Sri Lanka), away from family and I didn't have to be anywhere that morning, just what I wanted. Plus, two of my closest friends were getting married that evening, so just really happy for them. I thought to myself, if after all the crap I've been through, I can still feel good, for me and for others, then maybe I'm not doing so badly. I felt strong, and it sort of makes me think I'm a warrior/survivor.
Honestly, I don't have much wall space actually. I kind of just look at my pics on my blog. Which someone commented on, with praise. I was so shocked because n one has ever left a comment before. I honestly thought no one reads it. So that was a pleasant surprise.
I sometimes wonder what would happen if, in my head, I just personified my depression and then just befriended it. So instead of working against me, I could make it a companion, with me but not against me. I haven't figured out the details yet. You know, I leave it in peace, it leaves me in peace? I'm tired, rambling is a side effect.
I would use a hoverboard the same as a skateboard, on my behind and paddling the air somehow...What a sight.
Yea, I like that he asked me to think about my depression, come up with answers for myself, treated me like an equal, and cared enough to just listen without speaking. I trust him more now.
If I don't know what to say, I just tell people I don't know, they don't like it very much though.
I'm glad you got rest and accomplished a few things. Keep fighting that good fight.