Monthly Archives: April 2013

Shake It Up

Playoffs start tonight! For the next 6-8 weeks this is no longer a bipolar blog with occasional hockey squee but rather a hockey blog with a intermittent bipolar notes. I am so over-invested and excited this year, it’s bordering on … Continue reading

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Ten-You-Us (at best)

Lamictal makes me nauseous, Concerta makes me not want to eat. Together I am hungry, nauseated and completely repulsed by the idea of food. The not-hungry will go away in a couple of weeks if I follow the same pattern … Continue reading

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I Can’t Brain Today – Too Excited About Hockey

Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey I get to see the Hawks tonight! EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEE HockeyHockeyHockeyHOCKEYHockeyHockeyHockey JAZZ HANDS

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Blargh

My right eyelid WILL NOT STOP TWITCHING. It is driving me up the wall. In other news, one of my favourite hockey players, Duncan Keith, said some pretty repugnant, ass-tastic, sexist bullshit to a female reporter last night. This is … Continue reading

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Lazy Afternoon Musings

I’m doing really well on the whole sleeping-like-a-normal-person front (Nightly average 6.2 hours! I have an app for this. There are graphs), but I notice that I really run out of steam a lot earlier in the day. It’s 2:30 … Continue reading

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Kitty Bellies Are Beautiful

  Meet Loki. He wants to live on my lap and hates being the little spoon. He’s also puked in every room in my house at least once. I love him. (I don’t know how to WordPress :( It won’t … Continue reading

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Quick Update

I’ve been a queasy, vomiting mess for the last couple of days (stomach bug, not a side effect, as far as I can tell) but otherwise things are pretty good. Last Thursday’s positive events really helped me snap out of … Continue reading

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