It is kind of amazing the way people hold onto these ideas that if they haven’t had first person experience with things, it either doesn’t exist, or anything to do with it has been greatly exaggerated.
One of the biggest things the last 3 years has taught me is that nothing is forever. From the moment that I type this to the end of ,y time and beyond. Everything changes, even if it seems to stay the same.
The last two weeks gave been a bit trying and tiring. I’m hoping this next month is better.
It’s been forever and a day since I last wrote here. Hard to believe a month has passed by already!
It has been warm, sunny and beautiful outside. My curtains have been opened, the space heaters turned off, and my mood has greatly improved! I hadn’t been aware that the freezing temperatures would have such an effect on my mood.
March 13th was the last day I went to an office to work. Since then, I have mostly been at home, attempting to stomach the news of the horrible administration that existed at the start of the pandemic, the world in general, and people overall.
My blood pressure medication causes nightmares. Ironically, due to my past, they aren’t that scary.
A while back ago, there was some weird dust up in the online pagan and wiccan communities regarding people who were trying to “hex the fae and /or moon”. They were all upset that “baby witches” were making the gods and fae angry with their antics and then worst of things was going to happen. You know…given the year 2020 was, and they did this in July, who knows. I don’t guess anymore.
I’ve been a but MIA due to binge watching a documentary about scientology. I watched Leah Rimin’s documentary and “Going Clear” and found it all to be such a rabbit hole. When I was 8 or so, I remember the Dianetics commercials with the erupting volcano. I remember telling my mom that I would likeContinue reading “Binge watching cults”
I try my hardest to not let things drag me down. I try super hard to control my situations that I can control. I have learned how to detatch from those situations that I can’t control and cannot affect to prevent myself from being overrun with anxiety. It is a weird thing for me to do as it has been against the nature of who I have been growing up. I was forever tormented by the “What ifs”. I still am, but I try to shut those things up pretty fast.