When You’re Home

Every time I've left the hospital, I get a jolt of hope that lasts for a few days. It almost feels like what I imagine not having depression feels like. There's a peace that lives alongside excitement about little things as mundane as dinner, or going outside. In the hospital you can't go outside. I … Continue reading When You’re Home

I Saw You

There are three kinds of people that you see when you're in a crisis. The Helpers These people arrived. They dropped everything and did anything. Answered my calls from the hospital. Drove me to ECT. Listened to me lament about forgetting restaurants, and forgave me when I couldn't remember pivotal events from our relationship. They … Continue reading I Saw You

And Now for Something Completely Different- Cats! The Movie.

I saw Cats! today. Aside from teaching myself the opening notes to Memories on my parents' grand piano (brag), I know nothing about Cats!. I almost typed that I knew nothing about Cats!, but having spent the past hour + watching the movie, I still know nothing about Cats!. I do know, however, that the … Continue reading And Now for Something Completely Different- Cats! The Movie.