Losing track of time

Sleeping really odd hours or sleeping all the time. Days are melting into one another, marked only by the undercurrent of panic and apathy, which is, yes, a strange mixture. Lost a part of my soul on my birthday and can’t seem to find it again.

Really need to shake this off.

Negativity is breeding negativity, which is all just dragging me down deeper.

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5 thoughts on “Losing track of time

  1. 1) Take a walk in a forest

    2) Find and watch the flight of a bird in the sky

    3) Watch the fading (or rising) glow of a sunset (or sunrise)

    And remember that every day that you wake up and there is no chalk line around your body is going to be a GREAT day 🙂

  2. Oh, I dunno — waking up to find a chalk line around your body could make for an interesting day. 😉

    The walk in a forest sounds like a good idea. 🙂

  3. I actually dreamed about it last night but, in the end, I couldn’t do it. I know it seems like I’m being silly and making a mountain out of a molehill, but I just couldn’t bring myself to come to the breakfast this time.

    I keep most of my family and friends away from this blog so that I can freely share what I want here without worrying about what they will think. Some of these family and friends live in Ottawa and are bloggers themselves. Some of them would, upon being able to link me to this blog, immediately pass the address on to everyone else. I would no longer be able to blog here comfortably — I’d have to kill it off and start all over again somewhere else.

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