Tuesday, October 21, 2008

We Interrupt This Regularly Scheduled Blogging Hiatus

So many stories to tell, so little time online to tell them.

Suffice to say that I will be hospitalized in-patient here in Washington, DC, for the next four to six months. I'm excited about this, of course. These people feel as though they have something to offer me, and I will be afforded the ability to try out a new drug specifically designed to treat chronic anxiety, something that has always plagued me throughout the course of my life.

More updates later after I get into a rhythm of routine.

One quick aside: DC has more people my age than any other place I've visited before. It's both enthralling and humbling. I'm not nearly as unique as I thought I was. A million clones of myself file past me on my way to catch the Metro train. I'll gladly sacrifice being unusual to being thoroughly understood, any day.


Jess Wundrun said...

I have the highest hopes for you! This sounds great. Can you blog from the "inside"?

Utah Savage said...

Yes, I want to know more. Have you posted about this before, how long ago and can you direct me to these posts? I have all the plagues and poxes of bipolar disorder and am very interested in the shared experience no matter how difficult.

Gail said...

Hi Kevinh-
Still sending you all good thoughts,

And Kevin, the post, "Monster", it was a metaphor about having a mammogram. The 'monster' is the mammogram x-ray machine!!!!!

I did n't want you to wait another day to know.

All good outcomes for you. I am sure of it.