Monthly Archives: March 2011

What Would I Do?

The answer is I still don’t know. I was checking out at the grocery store, and the woman behind me was clearly getting aggravated with her kids. Girl–7ish, Boy–10ish, Girl–12ish.  The youngest was the one getting on her nerves the … Continue reading

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Note to my younger self

One of many. People are telling you “there is nothing wrong with you, but this just makes you feel like they really must not understand you. They really must not see all the things you are working so hard at … Continue reading

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simple things

I went to a booksale this weekend, bought way too many books and was excited. I really debated posting about this, because, really, it’s small, and there is nothing to say about it. But, then I realized why I was … Continue reading

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Charting

Sometimes it is difficult for me to know how long I have been feeling sad or blue. This tends to go one of two ways–either wondering how long I should wait to call someone and ask for help or the … Continue reading

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Courage to Write

Brene Brown defines courage as “to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart.” She’s got an awesome video on ted.com that you can see here. To say this is difficult for me is an understatement. I … Continue reading

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Secretly Relieved

We have an annual St. Patrick’s day tradition with some friends. Croi’s dad was 100% Irish –hense the Gaelic origins to her blog name. (Croi’s grandparents may have left Ireland a few months early so her dad could be born … Continue reading

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Why I protest

I have struggled with this balance between apathy and overzealousness, interest and anger. I guess moderation does not come easy to me. I wonder if that is personality or BP-II (stronger moods..?) As I wrote about before, it can be … Continue reading

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