So I cooked a Blue Apron meal last night. I had my middle one help me out with some of the cutting and slicing, but it really all went well. We had a pork roast with black beans and roasted red onions. Took less then an hour to get it all together so that was nice. ALl the ingredients came premeasured and it really was all very easy.
Today we head out for Mobile to the dance competition. I need to finish packing and pick up a batch of medicine before I do.
I have started having a heavy heart for the next generation. It started when my pastor was preaching Wednesday night when he talked about how young people today will say they’re not concerned that their boyfriend or girlfriend is a Christian or not. Then the whole spiel with my friend the other night about the young bipolar girl, and finally I found out on facebook that one of my news colleagues now has a transgendered child. She was born a girl but passes now for a boy at sixteen. I just wish it wasn’t so hard to be young nowadays.
Hope every one has a good weekend; see you back Monday!
Well my fellow Bipolareans, it’s that time. Put up or shut up. I’ve been studying for this computer security test for two months now. I’ve shown myself that I can be wayyyyy more diligent than I ever thought I could be at this point in my life. I have seen a side of myself that I didn’t know was there – an ability to study and learn and be consistent and intense! WHO IS THIS PERSON AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH BIPOLAR ON FIRE?!?! The journey has been trying, but it has also been a joy. The journey has shown me that I can rise above my label and rise above my illness. Alas, I have to tell you the truth, I am scared shitless to take this test next week. I believe I am ready, but what if I fail? How will I deal with it? What will I do? I’m so scared to report back. But, this blog is a place for me to be real, and I’m REAL SCARED!! I have six days of final preparation . . . and then I will take this test that is kind of a big deal for me career-wise . . . it could really help me advance and break through my own glass ceiling. I’ll be nose to the grindstone for the next six days . . . wish me luck! Hope you are all well and happy or at least o.k.!
Filed under: Bipolar
, Bipolar Coping
, Psychology Shmyshmology
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
Originally posted on My Brain Has Hiccups
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