Commit log #57

COWS in Brussels

So I managed to get through a work-from-home day on only residual meds as it turns out. I had forgotten to take them. I actually dreamed I took them and then woke up, and failed through the rest of the day.

I’m still trying to piece myself back together. I’d forgotten how very bad it could get, and that this was by no means the nadir of what I’ve been through. Yeah, it was bad that I’d forgotten. Yeah, I’m going to think of ways to make sure this doesn’t happen in the future. No, I’m not going to beat myself up over forgetting them, because in the end … I had a point, somewhere.

Three good things, in retrospect:

1. Sunny.

2. Good dreams.

3. Holy crap Lord of the Rings got a ton of cool cards with the Khazad-dum expansion and the Dwarrowdelf cycle! Forget the core expansion (except for a very few excellent cards and heroes), this is where to pull cards for constructing decks to take on The Hobbit quests. And I am aware that Tolkien is probably rolling in his grave. I’m actually getting a deck binder with deck pages now to take on the collection. I didn’t even do that in my Magic days. I must be getting old.

Thing I like about myself: I wouldn’t skin unicorns.

2 thoughts on “Commit log #57

  1. Not that I would wish it on anyone, but maybe forgetting (since it is over now) periodically is a good thing because it reaffirms your belief that things are better with the meds. That has to be a recurring question for anyone taking stuff: does this really help?

    Now go forth, use the information, and come up with an improved system NOT to forget.

    And, yeah, don’t beat yourself up – it happens. Good insight, good handling – phew. This life stuff is hard.

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