This is just a quick note to say that I realize I’m not posting on this blog very regularly. I just need to let myself take some time here.
I’m still dealing with that whole pregnant and hormonal deal, and although I wouldn’t really call myself depressed, I’m not at my best. I want to be real in my writing, but I don’t want to be whiny and boring, and I think that’s about all I’ve got in me right now.
So let’s all take a moment and just be.
Stepping in cat puke,
holding a screaming baby,
before 6 am.
So, Robin Williams killed himself on Monday. The entire internet is talking about it and about depression. Robin Williams was one of the best actors and comedians of our time (here is a link to a collection of some of his best scenes: http://www.buzzfeed.com/emilyorley/25-lessons-we-learned-from-robin-williams-characters?bffbent ). And while I hate that he suffered and died, I am so glad that it is bringing the idea of depression to the mainstream. Too many people still stigmatize it, and this causes too many people to resist seeking help. Continue reading