Ode to Joy: first edition


My misdiagnosed illness has always left me being negative when i firmly believe my core personality is positivity. Now that the meds have improved my mind clutter i can see joy were before there was either a boundless pit or a fool chaotic mess.  My middle son these last few days has tested my ability to react in time of high worry and stress. There is some signs his brain tumor may have grown but Various Things have made it impossible to get quick answers.  But today with that nagging mind i still am joyful.

I went with the kids to see the Lego movie.  We hadn’t done a family thing in forever.

I have friends who care and love my family and me.  That says and means a lot to a bipolar person who can struggles with relationships and picking good friends.

My boss is understanding of the stress and worry of my son and taking time off.

My husband is sharing the worry of our son.  The dog lifting from brain also lifts the feeling of loneliness.

My children are awesome and i am lucky to have them.  They really love this flawed mom!

I am making internet connections that are helpful as support where i love is nada.

Hmmm… that’s a good list for a First edition right?

Please leave any comments or questions below :D

Angela Watkins ** The Makeup Whisperer
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5 thoughts on “Ode to Joy: first edition

      1. I think it was the stress if being on call last night in the snow hating my job. I feel Since the chaos In my mind is calming the chaos In the job is no longer attractive. I loved it before but probably the illness being fed. If that makes sense lol

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