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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

WOW a post that doesn't sound like the end of the world

Today is a pretty good day. I'm hurting but not too bad (around a 6 right now). I can actually move a little bit, which is nice, YAY!

I know that when I do write on here it tends to be depressing and very down. Sadly that is usually when I need the write the most, to vent. I probably should get in the habit of writing on days like today that are not too bad. Or at least write during the short periods of time that aren't too bad during any day. But when I feel decent, I am more focused on enjoying that feeling than on babbling into the ether. lol

I may need to have an adjustment made to my medication because the depression hasn't gotten a lot better. It was when I first started the medication but the energy etc. that I felt then is now gone. Maybe my dose is too low? I'm not sure. I will have to look the drug up to find out if my dose was meant to be a starter dose or what.

I just wanted to post that today is a pretty decent day so far and I am happy with it! Now to go start a load of laundry, whoo hoo! I get to do laundry! YAY (weird thing is, I am actually happy to go do something I normally dislike)

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