So yesterday I thought it would be fun to leave free books around town and then post pictures of them so people could find them, and I finished one drop… …and then 40 minutes later I was here: Long story short, an alien was chewing its way out of my stomach and I started faintingContinue reading “I’m too high to write this but I’m going to anyway.”
Category Archives: sickness
Sometimes you can go home again.
This weekend Victor had to work so Hailey and I drove to my parent’s house where my sister and her kids were visiting from California. And it was lovely and funny and weird and exhausting and fabulous – all the things you want when you go home again. My parents house was busting with eightContinue reading “Sometimes you can go home again.”
I’m slowly being murdered by my own face
me: My allergies are killing me. Victor: What are you allergic to? me: Weed. Victor: Then stop smoking weed. me: No. Ragweed. It’s a pollen or something. And it’s causing me to suffocate myself. Victor: Um…what? me: I can’t breathe. I’M DROWNING IN ME. Victor: Unlikely. At best you’re drowning in mucus. me: No. Because I’veContinue reading “I’m slowly being murdered by my own face”
Back on tour…LAST LEG! (Probably)
First off, thank you. Thanks for the amazing support you continue to give me and others here on this blog. I’m feeling much better and the depression cleared away just in time for several doctors to encourage me to be tested for multiple sclerosis, which would be my third autoimmune disease and thus would completeContinue reading “Back on tour…LAST LEG! (Probably)”
24 hours ago I published the hardest post I ever had to write. I’m pretty open about my struggles with depression and anxiety disorder, but yesterday I finally decided I was ready to write about my issues with self-harm. I can’t go into details because that’s a trigger for me (and for most people whoContinue reading “Wow.”
The fight goes on.
If you follow me on twitter you already know that I’ve been battling off one of the most severe bouts of depression I’ve ever had. Yesterday it started to pass, and for the first time in weeks I cried with relief instead of with hopelessness. Depression can be crippling, and deadly. I’m lucky that it’sContinue reading “The fight goes on.”