I'm feeling the weight of silence and the stabbing of memories. I think it's a klonopin kind of night.
Do you accept or reject being called a drama queen?
Just asking... :-)
"Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment." - Rumi
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lucky you can take drugs...*hug*
"I think some mistakes are meant to be made, because we can't help but hope that they won't be mistakes."
*hugs* hopefully some weight is lifted before the end of the night. but, you know, sometimes it's good to have those nights...of just remembering everything. when I have nights similar to that, they kind of help to emphasize the impacts of my greater memories the next day. they make me try to make better moments in time so in the future I can have long nights of amazing memories.
Thanks guys. Hugs.
*drops anvil on Jeff*
- Pat Nelson Childs
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Well, anyone can take drugs. There's a difference between just taking drugs and taking drugs that have been medically prescribed for your illness. Let's just be clear about that. :)
no, i mean, i wind up in ERs if i take sleep meds...i have nasty allergic reations to some, and just generally nasty reactions to the rest (as in, long lasting, awful vertigo after i take any...including the herbal ones, and ambien (one of the ones that landed me in the ER). so. :D you're lucky you can take medically prescribed drugs to help you sleep. lol