Just a gratitude post to all of my DS PTSD friends who wished me safe journeys on my latest trip down to Mexico to the town where I hope to retire in 2 years. The way things have gone for me in the US economy, the only way for me to afford retirement is to retire abroad as an ex-patriate.
I'm lucky, though, that Mexico's where I grew up as a kid, so there are lots of good memories for me here. It means a lot to be here for a week this time because the surgery I had in December made me have to cancel coming for Christmas.
It was a harder trip this time. My doctor's warning that fatigue would be a factor were correct. My amigos here received me last night with hugs and open arms, though, so it was well worth it. Thanks for your support getting here.
Good Morning DS~Its a mostly cloudy day in New England, going to about 50 degrees today. So today, I am grateful that it isn't raining or snowing or below 32!My goal today is eat healthy and get outside for a good walk after work in the lab which I am about to head out to now.The hurdle today will be my PTSD and depression symptoms trying to sabatoge my eating goals and drive me to the sweet and...
TRIGGER WARNING!!!I did try very hard not to think about this, too focus on anything but this!!!! It's 3:13 and I just woke up in a cold sweat from my night terrors!!! I was right back there, all over again!!! Like it was yesterday, I don't know what to do with my self. My friends in this site are the only people I can turn to! I'm afraid to go back to sleep, I just can't ... I feel everything,...