Feeling Better!

I began watching what I eat and walking about a two months ago. Since then I’ve lost 20 pounds. I’m taking medication and I supposed its helping, too.  I’ve my days where I wake up feeling depressed and feeling lost. However, going walking every afternoon has been helpful. I love my walks, especially when my husband comes with me.

In two weeks, I’ve a checkup with my doctor and I anxious to see how my blood levels would be. It’s great when you feel healthy and stress free. I’ve my ugly moment; however, I feel I can control myself much better.


Daily Post: Better


Spring break

I’ve been off since Wednesday on spring break. It’s ironic in North Dakota is no sign of spring. Yes, it’s snowing again.  What I did on my vacation? Absolutely nothing I’ve been in bed with the stomach flu. Isn’t until last night I begin to feel better. I’ve been resting all day and tomorrow back to work. I wish I’ve another day off just to go shopping or do something fun. The reality is it’s not going to happen.  The only thing I did today was reading my emails, a few blogs, and watch a little bit of TV. So, before it’s time to go to bed, it will be soon I like to write in my journal. I will get over on how I spend my spring break vacation, that’s for sure.


Feeling better

“Beauty begins the moment you decide to be Yourself”.

                                                     ~Coco Chanel


One-Liner Wednesday hosted by Linda G. Hill

Feeling Better…

The last time I wrote in my blog I was feeling depressed. I went to my doctor’s and she immediately gives me a prescription for my depression. I was afraid of the type of medication I will take, however I didn’t have any choice. I have a condition that makes me feel moody, sad, crying all day, and lonely. My mind wasn’t in the right place and with my doctor advice I begin to take it.

It has been about two weeks and I’m already feeling better. I have been more relaxed, my head doesn’t feel heavier, and my mood has been calm. I don’t know exactly when the depression begun. The last time I suffer with depression as terribly as now I almost took my life and that was twenty years ago.

I have been blessed with amazing things. I pray daily, and I have been grateful for everything that I received. I do have a wonderful family. My husband makes sure that I know he loves me. I realized he’s worried. I know in my heart that I will move on and everything will be all right.

Meanwhile, I will continue taking my medication. I want to keep on feeling better. I already went back to writing. I did finish another online class and went back to write my posts.

I’m realizing that I’m trying to do my best. I’m trying to fulfill my dreams. Not every day will be perfect and I have to let go of all the awful feelings.

What else I can do?