Word for Wednesday – Uninspired

Ininspired /uhn-in-spahyuh rd/ adjective not inspired; not creative or spirited; dull or ordinary; unimaginative. The time of year doesn't help. I've never been particularly good with the holiday/festive period with its enforced joviality; but for me the start of the year is almost worse. For all its many faults, the holiday period is at least a... Continue Reading →

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Looking Forward

My last couple of posts looked back on 2018. This week's Food For Thought Friday prompt focuses on the future. I've never really been one for making long term plans as such. My mental health is such that I tend to live very much in the here and now; usually day-to-day, but sometimes it can be... Continue Reading →

Word for Wednesday – Oblivion

Oblivion /uh-bliv-ee-uh n/ noun the state of being completely forgotten or unknown the state of forgetting or of being oblivious the act or process of dying out; complete annihilation or extinction For those of us with depression, there can often be something quite seductive about the state of oblivion. It can, however, mean different things for different people. For some, oblivion is a longing for death as an escape; an end of suffering. For others, it is all about... Continue Reading →

Special Places

In a way, this kinds of links back to last week's post. While Friday may have been my birthday, that's not really something that means much to me. I keep track of the passing of the years more through the steadily increasing creaks, aches and pains, along with the greying and thinning of my hair... Continue Reading →

On The Inside

I have written previously about how mental illness has made me feel like an outsider; as someone who is always on the periphery and not quite part of group. Oddly, this doesn't actually bother me as much as some people might think it would. Yes, it can be quite a lonely existence sometimes, but I've... Continue Reading →

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