I have been out of jail 2 years now. Two years, 3 months and 21 days actually. I was sitting in jail, (again) and I was 45 years old. There comes a point when you realize you’re too old, and too smart to still be doing this stupid shit. That was the day I decided
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Friday is my high school homecoming. Sam and I are going to the game. From what I have seen on Facebook, there will be a lot of people there that we went to school with. People I haven’t seen in over 20 years. I’m really super excited to go.
This homecoming is the exact opposite
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Since the death of Robin Williams, conversations and dialogues have been started about depression, mental illness, and suicide. I have seen it mentioned several times this week that treatment needs to be more of a priority. The powers that be need to make it more readily available, more easily accessible, and more affordable. I can
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I hate to jump on the bandwagon, and yet, how can I not? I hate that it took the death of someone so brilliant and loved to start the dialogues that needed to be started. I am sorry that his light had to be extinguished in order to shine a light on depression, suicide, and
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So this happened today #Icanlegallydriveagain
So, that happened yesterday. Not for my 17-year-old daughter Muri, for me. I got
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