Friday, November 26, 2010

NoBloPoMo NO GO!

All I had to do is one little post yesterday, just slapped up a picture of a turkey and wished everyone a happy Thanksgiving, but no my bi-polar brain was just freaking out about having to go to a social occasion.

The great news is I had a great Thanksgiving.  No melt downs, no major panic attacks and a wonderful dinner with extended family. 

Sadly I forgot my camera, but I have lovely memories. 

I hope your Thanksgiving was a nice and peaceful as mine was.

8 comments:

The Bipolar Diva said...

I'm so glad yours went well! My ativan was with me at all times and the day went ok. Now we just have to make it through Christmas. We'll do it together!

Day 2 Day Living said...

Oh I completely understand. I am also bipolar and my moods have been flying all over lately.

Amy said...

Glad you had a wonderful Turkey day.. I am so proud of you..

Queenie Jeannie said...

Hugs! I'm glad you were able to have a great time. For once I had no guests and was looking forward to just chillin' out and having a low key dinner. Normally I have people over and I'm all stressed out. Not this year!!!

bigguysmama said...

Had a good day yesterday. Didn't do much then finally went to my aunt's to spend the night. Got up with one of my daughters and we did a bit of shopping. Probably the least excited of all the years I've ever gone. The temps here in MN were horrible so we didn't get up until 5:30am. We had a nice time.

I'm glad you made it thru your day so well! I know how hard that can be.

I got my "letter" in the mail today! U R so awesome to think of me. =) They're adorable and I love your notecard to me. U Rock!

~Meems

blueviolet said...

Oops on missing a post! But I'm so glad you had a wonderful holiday!!!!

Carolina said...

Well, I'm not bipolar and we don't 'do' Thanksgiving in the Netherlands. However, I'm totally freaking out at the thought of Christmas. Having to be social and visit family... it isn't fun. It's a punishment as far as I'm concerned. And the first of January is even worse!

I'm glad your Thanksgiving was an enjoyable one. Perhaps Christmas will not be so bad either ;-)

Hugs & love,
Carolina

slommler said...

So glad you had a wonderful holiday! So did I...as a fellow bi-polar sufferer, I know what you mean. We had snow hit while we were visiting with my son and his family and I had a mild panic attach. So all in all...not so bad!!
Hugging you
SueAnn