Anonymous posted at 9:03 PM
Hmm, a Vargus girl, a pirate and intelligence all rolled into one woman. Your luva is one lucky person.
By the way, do you by any chance write erotica? This is an honest question, I mean no offense or disrespect.
Also, is writing on your site the only means of therapy you use for your illness?
Rain posted at 4:04 AM
Hi Sarah! Thank you for stopping by my site and taking the time to comment. It's funny, my first thought when I first saw her picture was the same thing, ! =0)
Lyndon, you have a wonderful site! Whatever you do don't take away the cute picture of you as a kid okay?
Jules, I am right there with you, both are very sexy without being nekkid. Yummy!
Anonymous, Thank you for your comment and your email. I know it is hard to delurk, it took me almost two years before I started commenting on various blogs.
Now on to your questions...If I have written any erotica, it will never be published on a blog, sorry. :}
I have many different outlets that I use to treat my illness. I write, paint, dance, surf and I use the power of positive thinking. After ten years I am stable because of the medications and I have a good relationship with my doctors. Just remember that each and every person diagnosed with Bipolarism is different. Not all of us have the same symptoms or the same tolerances for the drugs. Go with her and be by her side. Not just for her sake but for your own health.There are support groups for family members in your state. Take advantage of them, you will happy that you did! Take care!
I am a strong, sexy, intelligent, candid and loving woman who would do anything for her family. I am a mother of two.I have a sarcastic sense of humor,love to read and I am trying to stay positive in a difficult world.This is the place that I will use to perserve my sanity on the path that is called my life.
"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity.It can turn a mealinto a feast, a house into a home,a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.~Melody Beattie