A new year begins.
It’s been a mild one, in the sense that there hasn’t been freezing temperatures, or major snow. And yes, to one person out there, I think of you when it snows, too.
But it’s rough in other terms, as I pass by dates that meant so much to me a year ago…it’s funny how a collection of so many days, say, 365 days, can make a world of difference.
I want everyone to know something. That mental, as well as emotional, issues count as medical issues. They aren’t something for the “weak”, or something made up. It sickens me when people say that, even more so when it’s spoken to me in front of my face.
Sure, I’ll put a brave face on, and try to explain how they could be wrong. But it’s a mask to hide the hurt.
On a brighter note, I start my field experience next week. That means I get to start having a hands-on experience at a high school for my future career as an educator; I’ll get to tutor at an after-school program.
I leave you with a haiku:
World turning slowly
When the moon hugs the sky’s curves
As sleep evades me.
Chao, everyone. 🙂