This morning I struggled to keep my eyes open as I drove my son to school. No more searing heat, Santa Ana winds, and fire. May gloom is here. We need the coolness. We need rain. Unfortunately, when the sun hides, I find it difficult to stay awake. When we moved to Eugene, I had to set an alarm to pick my son up from school. Remaining awake and alert when driving was a daily struggle in the damp and cloudy Northwest. Here in Southern California, I have a better time of it, but today I struggle.
Kitt O'Malley2014-05-22T14:38:48-07:00May 22nd, 2014|Categories: Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder|0 Comments
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Thanks again for your support, Phil!
I find a great deal of comfort in the phrase “this too shall pass” – I am thankful to be home after going to the girls’ annual Open House at their elementary. Bushed is exactly how I feel! 🙂 hopefully tomorrow will be a better day for us both!
Thanks, Dyane! I’m bushed! No energy. But this, too, will pass.
I know this feeling all too well, Kitt. Thinking of you and I wish you a good night’s sleep!
Thank you so much. Yes, awake now. Hopefully, I can sleep tonight.
Stay with it, and you will be ok, best Phil.