|Make that someones!|
And so, how to lift myself out of these feeling of doom and gloom. At times like these i am particularly hypersensitive to everything and no doubt I'm not the easiest person to live with or work with at the moment. Bursting into tears for no good reason and feeling like the the bottom has fallen out of everything. Ive done the medication thing. Perhaps, ill do it again but Ive been trying to focus on the good things in my life. I was reminded of how fortunate i am when one of the guys in the office had to take his daughter (4) to the RCH to meet with specialist for her disabilities (Cri Du Chat Syndrome). He is a constant support to me in my situation even when he himself has issues that far outweigh my own. His last comment to me before leaving was that walking through the doors of the Royal Children's Hospital here in Melbourne make you put things in perspective.
And so, tonight i looked around the house for way to demonstrate the good and the bad, the ups and the down, trying to get a new perspective.
|Disaster (well its relative isn't it) - the state of the carpet at the end of the day with one little munchkin called Tilly running in and out all day. The spirit level has taken up residence while we complete Tom's room makeover.|
|Recovery - he didn't seem to mind the plate when it was covered with a pizza made from left over beef rissoles tonight.|
|Disaster - I walked out this morning and found Blackie dead in the coop. I think it was old age. This was Tom's chook.|
Im feeling better all ready.