Had a GP appointment today, to renew one of my scripts for my head-stuff.
A doctor I’d seen once before. For some reason I do better with the younger male doctors rather than any other group. I rarely feel under the microscope. Like I can talk fairly freely without feeling like I’m waiting for a hole to be poked in my story. To be told I’m overracting.
So, I go back to those ones. I have a couple of options now at the practice I go to at least.
And a script for my antipsychotics.
Gotta be good for everyone, considering I ran through much of what has happened since my last appointment in November.
Yeah, I’m doing okay.
But okay, all things considered.
Only procrastinated getting started on uni things for a couple of days…. just doing my Syntax readings now, thinking that I should have memories of a lot of this (and I do) but seriously there are things that I draw a complete blank on. Like clitics? Or postpositions (which makes sense but I didn’t realise that had their own name. Mind. Blown! :p
Now to procrastinate the Second language acquisition reading. That textbook (the green one in the last post) is huge!
Where do I start?
I’m still looking for a job. Part time, preferably. For my sanity.
I re-enrolled in uni. Master of Applied Linguistics.
Which means relearning Syntax. And how to write essays.
I still live with my parents, and my sister and her kids.
Which I’m grateful for after we nearly lost her last year.
I have a boyfriend. It’s intense and emotional and wonderful.
I’m still in twice weekly therapy.
I’m learning about me.
I’m getting there.
Even though I’m not a beer drinker, there’s plenty of yummy options at The Hop Factory for a lazy Sunday afternoon drink.
Caught up with some friends on the weekend, because one is off north for her final year of uni, and got to taste this delicious Matso’s Lime and Ginger cider. A wonderful summer taste, given I was tossing up between it and the three ginger beers on the menu, it had enough ginger for me :)
A cheese platter and some live cover music (a guy with an acoustic guitar covering a very wide range of tunes, including Come as you are, some John Butler, and a little Incubus!) made for quite a pleasant afternoon.
The Hop Factory
102 Darby Street
Cooks Hill NSW 2300
PH: 02 4929 4854
Spent a week in a little town called North Haven (near to Port Macquarie) over new year. Sleeping, eating, drinking, and generally not knowing what time or day it was. It was wonderful. There was fireworks and kids getting their drinks confiscated for underage drinking.
Apparently it’s not the 13th of January and I have to start getting back into the real world.
Back to therapy and to looking for a job.
Back to knowing what day it is.
Back to taking food and drink photos for this blog!!!