Some Thoughts Since I Last Posted

I have enjoyed my time to re-connect with friends, to spend some time finding myself. I have kept myself busy reading, listening to some of my favorite music, and also, my break from watching cable news.

I feel great and I have been adjusting to life without pain, or heavy pain killers. I still am struggling with my sleep and really do not know where to find the answer.

I had my last appointment with the therapist and I even gave her some surprises along the way. It has only been since May for the surgery, but yet, it feels like it is further away than just three months.

I have some catching up to do with reading all of the blog posts that I follow. What I found amazing was the number of people who have started to follow this blog. For that I am truly thankful!

Not really sure about what future blog posts will deal with. I realize there is much to write about concerning “mental health”. Ideas are running through my brain. Some will never see daylight, while others are piecing themselves together.

Canada is facing a federal election and politicians wasted no time making promises of what they will do if elected. I do not hold much hope in the polls. The only poll that counts is on election day. Pundits are saying Canadians may not know the results for a couple of weeks. I am sure there will be knocks at my door, candidates asking for my support. I never tell them which way I will be voting. For me that is something I keep to myself, no signs on the lawn from any party.

School here starts back on September 1 and for this guy I am thrilled. It will now be safe to shop without being over-taken by children who have found a way to break from the grips of their parents.

Soon thoughts will turn to Thanksgiving Day here in October. In America they celebrate that day in November, with the Macy’s Parade signaling the start of the Christmas season.

So dear reader, it feels good to pen some thoughts, somewhat disjointed, but nevertheless, some things that I have been contemplating during my “time out”. How has your summer been? I would like to hear from you!

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  1. Ashley L. Peterson

    Nice to see a post from you! That’s fantastic that you’re not having to deal with pain and painkillers!

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    1. rts – Facing the Challenges of Mental Health

      Thanks Ashley!
      I feel so much better off of the opioids.

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  2. Angie

    Glad to hear things are going so well! Sleep is important, hopefully you can get that figured out. I had to laugh at your comment about the children while shopping. I took mine out on Tuesday for last minute school things and my normally well-behaved kids (while shopping) were extremely difficult to keep in line and I had to look around more than once to find them. I was horrified, but I am relieved I haven’t been the only one suffering LOL

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    1. rts – Facing the Challenges of Mental Health

      Angie, it is the little kids that make me nervous while shopping. I am not always sure if they are going to dart in front of me.
      Then there are the teenagers who stand and visit while blocking the isle. They will not move unless you say something.

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  3. Renee🌻

    I’m glad you had a good “time out.” It’s always nice to get some much needed rest. Hope you get lord of those ideas out on paper! 🙂

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    1. rts – Facing the Challenges of Mental Health

      Thanks Renee!

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      1. Renee🌻

        Welcome, and I meant “lots” not lord😆🤦‍♀️

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        1. rts – Facing the Challenges of Mental Health

          I understand Renee…:)

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