For those of you who aren't familiar, the Tardis is a time machine from an amazing British Sci-Fi show called Doctor Who. It can travel to any point in time and space. So forget needing roads or getting up to 88 miles per hour, and being stuck in Hill Valley forever: you can go to any … Continue reading One Trip In The Tardis (A Thought Experiment)
An article, a conversation, and a report card created a confluence of thought that is resulting in this post. I may wander a bit, because there is a lot on my mind, and it's a philosophical sort of day. There also may or may not be a Doctor Who quote at some point, because there … Continue reading Momentary Confidence: On The Relationship between Confidence and Capability
I am both the moth and the flame. An Anonymous Outsider
Thank you so much to Sarah from Bipolar Bytes, for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award. I just started this blog 21 days ago, and it's been an incredible ride so far. I'm still just so geeked to be here! Thanks for letting me be a part of the party. Bloggers Recognition Award The purpose of this award … Continue reading Bloggers Recognition Award!
Share a Smile: I'm having difficulty figuring out what to share here, because most of the things that make me smile are photographs and such that I can't share on here, if I am to maintain anonymity. But I think I've figured it out. I recently watched the movie Hook with my kiddo, which I … Continue reading #LoveMe Challenge Day 11: Share a Smile
"I wish I could have..." I found this thought drifting through my head today, in regards to missing out on my education because I had inadequate support/understanding/treatment for my mental illness. I was talking to the sub about mathematics, until he glazed over because I had traveled out of his interest/knowledge area about it. I … Continue reading “I Wish I Could Have…” On Mathematics and Motivation
I'm not sure what to post about tonight, but I'm feeling the urge anyway. So forgive the following ramblings, if they do turn out to be ramblings. I have several blog post ideas bouncing around in my head, but none feel quite done with the bouncing process and ready for the writing process. In school, … Continue reading 4 a.m. Thoughts
Trigger warning: My journey with self harm is a complicated one. The first time I cut, I was about 13. My mom and I had a fight over a now long-forgotten issue. I stormed off to my bedroom, pacing, feeling the closest I had ever (at that point) felt to the emotions I saw in … Continue reading On Self Harm
I slept away another day due to medication timing mixups. The hub and the sub ran my business today, as I couldn't wake up. I woke up drenched in guilt. The kiddo was alternating between knocking on the door and calling my cell from the house phone. I panicked each time, unable to squeeze even … Continue reading Drenched in Guilt
"Refugees" Painting by Sooraj Kannan I saw this today and it spoke strongly to me. Regardless of what I'm going through... so many have it worse. Take a moment to be grateful for what you have, I'll be doing the same.