and the best way to do that is of course to do it. Getting to be quite good at reading and commenting others’ but don’t seem to be able to jfdi for myself although I do very little to write about with not even a puppy or a kitten for company. Bizarre! this just popped up at me on Facebook – http://www.clairescakeswarminster.co.uk/ Not in the market for cakes at the moment but I’ll know where to go when I am, even worse the fact of this blog too and seems to be able to let me unpublicise (that an s or a z?) doing my best to write in UK English but sometimes difficult to suppress the Americanisms. Even getting an e-mail to tell me I’ve just posted something, hopefully will work out how to do this one day although of course the first lesson is to not rely on WordPress but to write elsewhere then publish here. Of course one time consuming writing distraction is the endless addition of hyper links like this http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p00b5311/Witness_Asylums/ which includes a friend of mine talking about her experiences in a psychiatric ward. Not easy listening but the truth about what goes on behind locked doors needs to be told as nobody really knows particularly as inmates tend to be ignored because they are ahem mad so nothing they say is true. I discussed this briefly with my shrink and he agreed in general but was still slightly defensive. Hopefully the free-ish circulation of information facilitated by the Internet will help reduce the opaqueness of such hidden societies although if Nadine Dorries has her way, the very act of blogging will reveal me and others to be fit for work (I do still have two opposable thumbs) and therefore undeserving recipient of incapacity benefit. Her argument would also withdraw healthcare and reopen certain currently unused facilities in Germany/Poland. Must learn to do on thing at a time. Just distracted by http://bipolarman.org/blog/ which confirms what I already knew, unless you’re very alert it is difficult to get out once in even in the 21st century. Facebook is another distraction, especially since I don’t stop myself commenting on friends’ comments.
Think it’s the next day already but the Seroquel (if anyone knows anything about it and how it works please let me know by commenting) does make things rather hazy. Joking, not that bad, do generally know the day of the week or even time of the day, if only be reference to a TV guide. How many previously episodes of Heartbeat are there anyway?
Hohum, will be dark soon and I have done very little so far except get to an ATM for some cash, empty the bin and buy some cigarettes. Fiddlesticks! Need to get going!
David Edwards is going away from Facebook for a bit so that he can get on with some flat tidying and some serious blogging