Peculiar Mood

Posted: September 4, 2012 in Bipolar, Life, Society
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I went to get my nails done today. I had been neglecting my hands and toes lately. Upon close inspection, I found that they looked really bad. Off I went to my nail shop.

For some reason, this 43-year-old poet loves wearing purple or turquoise nail polish. Today I changed it up. I got a shimmering pink this time on my hands and toes.

My manicurist and pedicurist were shocked. Quickly they started chatting in Vietnamese and I knew I was the topic. When I jovially told them to knock it off, they smiled and said ok.

Then the question came. Why pink? After 3 years with them, now I want pink? Why? My answer was, I don’t know. It looks nice, I suppose. I guess I’m just in a peculiar mood.

I’ve been feeling that way lately. I recorded the Democratic National Convention on my DVR and watching the speeches only. I found myself incapable of rising to get some ice water, even though I was dying of thirst and could pause the damn thing.

Even now, I’m dying of thirst and I won’t pull myself away from this PC before I finish this post. I feel out of sorts and unsure of myself. I wish I knew why.

Maybe I need a psych med adjustment. I really don’t know. I just feel so very little right now. I’m seeing a new psychiatrist on 9/11. What an odd day to see a psychotropic drug dealer!

I feel unsure of myself, confused, anxious and slightly panicked. I haven’t felt like this in a while. Ok. That’s all I got.  Wish me well, my friends.

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Comments
  1. katrinagrey says:

    Good luck! Sometimes change is good. But I’ve been kind of feeling wonky myself this past week. Hope all is ok.

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  2. Trish says:

    Don’t worry, you are going to survive.

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  3. lol the nail story was funny…I like how you “jovially” told them to knock it off and they smiled and said ok.

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  4. Doris says:

    pink is the color of love and is a good thing, maybe it means self love and true love

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