It is important to remember our blessings in life. They may not be what we want, but it could always be worse. Love this piece Vic
So WP informed me a couple of days ago that it was my one year “birthday” with them. I’d like to make a speech, if someone would please clink the champagne glass for me.
When I first started this blog, I didn’t expect that anyone would want to read the sad drivel of my day but a conventional journal was just getting too slow for me. I couldn’t get it all out of my head and onto paper fast enough. So, I said, I’ll type. I’ll start a blog. I doubt anyone will read it, but at least I’ll get it all out of my head.
Then I started seeking out others like me. Check for differing opinions, other solutions. And before I knew it those people were reading MY blog. And then, commenting!
Through this year I have met some absolutely wonderful people. Some people are doing rather well with their bipolar. Some aren’t, like me.
But, the advice I have received has been amazing. Sometimes it feels as though you cry with me and sometimes ya’ll try and get me laughing
I love you all, this blog would be nothing without you