Thank Gawd for the Meds

May 30, 2006 | archived | 0 comments

My mother picked up my Trileptal on her way up to Atlanta this weekend, and it was a god-send. I could finally take my regular dose of meds, which has improved everything around here. I seem to be able to concentrate on something for more than a few seconds, and other than the dizziness of going back to a regular dose, I’ve been ok.

Today was Elizabeth’s first day back at daycare, so both of us were a little cranky having to wake up early, but we both got up and moving at a relatively timely manner. Now, she’s at school, and I’m seriously tempted to take a little nap on the couch, other than I’m finishing up my guru job, and having to work up some comps for my second one, and get a project plan together for a third. They’re all small projects, but they’re still something. I’m also waiting to hear back from a recruiting company about a three-month contract with a job in Dunwoody, which will definitely be a good thing to help out with money.

So, at least at the moment, things are definitely looking up. How’s your week treating you?

About Amber

Amber has been writing since she was small but turned to art and graphic design to make a living. Writing was just for fun for a very long time. She’s participated in Nanowrimo every year since 2003 but decided to find and work with a writers’ group in Atlanta, GA to push her work out into the wild world.