Woohweee it’s been a while.
Something happened a few months back and my blog was hacked, thus making it impossible for me to update the world with my mundane life. I know, you’ve been really sad and depressed and wondering around the streets of your home town wondering what you will possibly look at on the internet. You probably thought that I was depressed or kidnapped or that I had joined some sort of John-Cusack-Cult.
Truth is, I’ve just been crazy-busy (per usual).
The last few months have been rough. I’ve been trying to really spend a little time working on myself, and I think I’m finally feeling better. I’ve been back in therapy, group therapy, meetings and meds and I’m feeling more “normal” than I have in years. I also recently decided to make use of my $120/month bikram yoga membership and I believe it really does bring my body and soul mountains of positive good juju.
Let’s see, what else has happened in the 8 months since I was last here…
*I moved in with my boyfriend. It’s been a happy and blissful 6 months and I love our weird little family with our two puppy doggies.
*Stevie Ticks turned two years young this weekend. She still poops on the floor like once a week. She also had a bad case of the fleas, but I think I’ve finally succeeded in curing her.
*My sister is still living in Australia. She was supposed to come back in January but she has decided to extend her trip indefinitely. I’m sad but I’m glad I have a few more months to replenish her succulent collection that I’ve somehow managed to murder.
*I got a chance to work on a real commercial set. It was honestly one of the coolest things I’ve ever done. I got to use a few of my ole’ choreography skills and work with actors on movement for an HP commercial. So thankful for that experience. You can check out the “behind the scenes” here.
*I’m still sober. It’s now been 19.695144 months. Or 14386.99999 hours. That’s over $6000 saved if you calculate 1 bottle of wine a day. But who’s counting? Seriously though, it’s been a really good journey. I’m happier, healthier, and now know I can do anything.
All in all, I can’t complain. I still have a lot I want to do with my life, but for now I’m trying my best to live in the moment and take things one day-one hour-one minute at a time.
I’m starting off slow here, and I can’t make any commitments as to how often I’ll update. But at least now I know I can. And it feels so good.