Is like a dense black fog that embraces your mind. How does one fight through something that so thoroughly clogs all your thought processes? Sluggish with exhaustion, I’m not certain how I made it through the day. My mind was so out of focus, exhausted and wishing to sleep. My supervisor told me to take a breather and go outside, maybe the chilled air would wake me up. It helped, but did not alleviate my symptoms entirely. But the rush of cold felt good, in my hoodie and sneakers. I wish I could have soaked the melted snow up through my shoes and into my body. I jumped back and forth between being too hot, or too cold throughout the day. My clean checker board hoodie, with the softest of fabrics lining the inside.
Dinner was too filling, though good. I took my meds and am now drinking a liter of water because the medications give me severe dry mouth. Tea sounds nice, but it also dries out the mouth. Still, I find such sweet solace in Green Jasmine Tea. One of my favorite types of tea. My other favorite flavors include English Breakfast Tea, Irish Breakfast Tea, Earl Grey, Honey Ginseng, and Brown Rice mixed with Green Tea. I also love the Chinese tea that Paul bought for me, its all in Chinese so you’re guess is as good as mine. Oh! And I love peppermint tea, especially on an unsettled stomach. It works wonders to relieve cramps and stomach aches, and helps eliminate gas. I recommend it to everyone.
My depression has somewhat lifted but I am still tired. Then why am I awake? Because I have insomnia and I might as well be productive here instead of wasting hours trying to fall into a deep slumber. But I don’t know what to do with my self. Perhaps watch some classic Battlestar Galactica. I have to finish watching it because I want to move on to the 1980s season, then onto the new…well, it was new some years ago, but yeah, the most recent Battlestar Galactica.