Whole lot of nothing

I went to dinner with my Co workers. It went better than last time. Overall I’m glad i went.

So far this weekend I’ve done a whole lot of nothing with a splash of a few insignificant things. I’m ok with that. Tomorrow is a us holiday so maybe I’ll manage to get my chores done.

Overall i feel decent with just a drop off melancholy. More pensive if things were different thoughts. Which i know many will not think a good thought pattern but it’s just an inkling so it is better. No dark thoughts and i am grateful for that.

6 thoughts on “Whole lot of nothing

  1. I’m glad you had a better experience than last time. I find social situations hard and when I have a really good time it makes my bad days worse because I feel like why can’t I just be happy and normal

      1. I was bullied from a young age and so have always been an introvert, it’s only last year at 26 that I got help for the suicidal thoughts etc. It’s hard because I wonder who I am without the depression, like would I have been more outgoing? You know what I mean?

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