I know they are probably close to being the same thing, but I can't think very well right now. I drove to a town about 25 miles away to fill out a job application. I kept veering off to the side of the road. You know, the rumble strips on the right side of the interstate. I was consumed with the songs on the radio. I turned it off and I kept hearing the songs that had been on in my head. Not just one song stuck in my head, but several songs, just bits and peices. Playing over and over again in my head. I finally reached my destination in one peice and couldn't find the business. This is a town of 2000 people. How hard can it be? I had the address and the street it was on and everything. THere's only like 3 main streets in this town. Anyway, I gave up after going up and down the street twice. I guess I'll mapquest it tomorrow and maybe take the back roads where I'm not driving so fast and dangerous. Right now, I just can't think straight. I have some more energy and the depression seems to be lifting(right now anyway). I'm still irritable as hell though. I'll take what seems like hypomania any day over mania.
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