Wednesday, February 11, 2015

This Day

I'm okay. I am. I went to town. I functioned. Sort of.
I went to the library and got books that a third grader would probably be comfortable with although I did find the second in that detective series by J.K. Rowling. To read with my eyes, not my ears but that's okay. I think I still know how to do that.
I went to the grocery store where I walked around like that little kid in the Family Circus.

One of the very sweet Publix employees saw me looking down the aisles after he had probably noticed me crossing and recrossing my path and asked if he could help me find anything.
"Just my mind," I said. "If you see a spare brain just laying around, it's mine."
When I checked out, the lady asked me if I had found everything I needed. 
"Who knows?" I asked her. Serious as a heart attack.

Brain fog doesn't even begin to describe it. 

I went and stayed with the boys for awhile. Here's Gibson. 

That's how he plays Frisbee. Isn't he beautiful?

Supper. Then bed. Thank god.

Love...Ms. Moon


  1. Tomorrow's another day. For us both. I think I was in my head too much today. Always a dangerous thing.

  2. Sleep well. May you feel better tomorrow.

  3. Good to hear you are moving along. I had a brief (thankfully) run of anxiety several years ago. I do remember being suddenly blindsided with terror at completely random moments. Or just opening my eyes in the morning and being struck with fear. May you be peaceful and at ease.

  4. some days are like that. brain lost in a fog.

  5. I meant to tell you earlier that coincidentally I just started "The Silkworm" today -- we have our own mini-book group! Of two people! LOL

  6. Lois-Bed always sounds good to me.

    Elizabeth- The Bed. It comforteth my soul.

    Angella- Too true, sweetie.

    jenny_o- I am here. There is that.

    Beth Coyote- So I'm not the only one?

    Lain T- Yeah. That's pretty much my life sometimes. It sucks the biggest donkey dicks.

    Ellen Abbott- Anxiety brain fog.

    Steve Reed- I started it last night too! Yes! We should definitely have our own little book club meeting at some point.

  7. I loved the Family Circus!!!
    I do the same thing in stores sometimes. Not all who wander are lost, but it can sure feel like it!

  8. Idle check-out chitchat. Sometimes I've said incredibly fucked up things. Well, who cares. Let them figure it out. They asked. Glad you're okay.


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