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Monday, April 26, 2004
A Mistake in my Favour?
I received the result of my assignment today and to my amazement I passed. The pass mark was 40% and I gained 60% I'm completely in shock and amazement. If it wasn't a possible mistake in my favour I'd demand a recount.
Yay for mistakes!

- posted by Kim @ 4/26/2004 04:03:00 pm |

Sunday, April 25, 2004
Man-eating Moths in my Tummy.
Assignment results tomorrow so I'm very anxious - I hate failing.
I begin teaching again this week and I'm not sure of what I'm doing, when, where or for how long - Not the best start back.
I'm looking at updating my blog, make it look at bit fresher and less like a template.
I thought yesterday that I'd like to be locked up in a psych hospital so I'd have nothing to worry about; just get better. Do they have internet in hospitals? If not I'm not going. Perhaps I'm having a low weekend.

- posted by Kim @ 4/25/2004 06:13:00 pm |

Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Vampires and CSI?
I watched CSI last night and it was about vampires. It made me laugh but I wonder if I can get a pair of clip on fangs in Britain. I could really freak some people out that way!

- posted by Kim @ 4/21/2004 12:23:00 pm |

Sunday, April 18, 2004
Today I will mostly snap at people
Can't stop the feeling that I'm a waste of space. I'm back at uni tomorrow after taking a lot of time off to get help with my medication for depression. I'm terrified. I really don't believe I can do it but I have no choice. Must try!
I officially hate the phrase "It'll be alright" and any variation on that theme.
Dreams are behaving oddly, they don't make much sense.
Emotions don't feel right any more; maybe it's my antidepressants. Thanks to a1clockguy for his kind words.
I want to play with the thunder.
Why can't I control my own thoughts?
How come it's so hard to get out of bed?
I don't remember who I am.
Sorry to let you down my love I'm trying but it's all too hard and I'm so weak - please don't make me go in tomorrow I might die and you keep telling me I'm not allowed to do that.

- posted by Kim @ 4/18/2004 07:39:00 pm |

Monday, April 12, 2004
Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower Seeds - full of ZincMmmm good for my tummy.

- posted by Kim @ 4/12/2004 07:42:00 pm |

My Life and Depression
Getting on fine now, I think my medication has kicked in. I'm not crying over everything anymore which can only be a good thing.
It's two years today since my parents got divorced and yesterday would have been their silver wedding anniversary. It's not the easiest of times but at least it's not being blown out of proportion by my depression.
I think I've made my peace with the fact that they are no longer together but I still can't believe that they lied to me about their divorce having come through. I wasn't told for two months when everyone else knew right away. I feel like my whole family got together to have a good laugh at me. They left me to turmoil when I needed support the most. I can talk about it now though so I must be making some progress.

- posted by Kim @ 4/12/2004 01:39:00 pm |

Sunday, April 11, 2004
This Day in the Year...
How come the past always comes back to haunt us and bad anniversaries refuse to remain forgotten? I wish that I could forget about all the bad things, Lacuna inc. sort of thing. I'd be happy having eternal sunshine and a spotless mind.
I lay out on the grass today, it was damp and cool but it smelt nice, like when you're young. When is it that real life kicks in?

- posted by Kim @ 4/11/2004 06:57:00 pm |

Wednesday, April 07, 2004
Books I've read this month - March
This month I read three books:

Girl Interrupted
The first is Girl Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen.
It is an autobiography written by a young girl committed to a psychiatric hospital with 'borderline personality disorder'. It tells of the friends that she made as well as the battle she fought against herself. This book is very powerful and often moving.

Gunslinger - Dark Tower
The next book is Gunslinger from 'The Dark Tower' series written by Stephen King.
It tells of the quest of Roland the last remaining Gunslinger to find his way to the Dark Tower by pursuing a notorious man in black. At first I found this book a little slow but as I continued to read it drew me in and I found it really compelling.

At Death's Door
My final book of the month was At Death's Door by Jill Thompson.
This is another book about Neil Gaiman's characters from Sandman that I mentioned in Jill Thompson's 'The Little Endless Storybook'. This is a sweet story in comic book format. It tells of the characters' plight to determine the best course of action when Hell is closed. Death's outfit's are fantastic and made me want to rush out and buy more clothes and ankhs.

- posted by Kim @ 4/07/2004 08:20:00 pm |

Thursday, April 01, 2004
Favourite Film
I can't decide what my favourite film is. I can't decide between 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' and 'The Matrix'. I met my partner because of The Matrix so I think that has the edge. Then I remember that The Rocky Horror Show got him into a mini skirt and suspenders. I'm really at a loss to choose between them.
Not got round to putting my monthly book review together yet, if you care I'll do it at the weekend; if you're not I'll still do it.
Please comment if you happen to wander here and read this, just to say hello. Thanks!

- posted by Kim @ 4/01/2004 06:22:00 pm |

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