This weekend has felt so NORMAL to me, that it is almost frightening, but very very hopeful. After now being back on my meds for two months faithfully, and a job change, I actually did what I think are normal life things this weekend...Spent time with the grandson shopping, coloring, and watching movies Friday night. Shopping with daughter then out to see some friends for awhile Saturday and then over to visit mom and stay with her for the night watching movies. Fixed mom's toilet today, then over to daughter's to try to fix the dryer, then to the laundramat to do laundry, and then home. I plan to match up outfits on hangers for easy dressing through the week. Is this anywhere close to how "normal" people live, cause it feels good.
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