Thursday, December 25, 2008


Bipolar Disorder sucks.

It seems that you may be able to determine the severity of my mood swings by looking at the number and frequency of my posts.  Unfortunately, that is like looking at the results of a flood and not being able to do anything about it.  Yes, you can predict it to some extent but those damn broken water mains or extraordinary storms come along and whoosh...

Right now, my blog editor, ScribeFire, has several screeds in progress.  How many will ever make it to this blog?  I just don't know.  They represent another indicator of where the damn bipolar coaster has taken me.  I don't even know how to check when I began the bellyaching....

Working Titles and Subjects:

Reenact  --  childhood trauma & sexual addiction

Diet  --  brain healthy eating

Dr. Daniel Amen  --  brain health

Jon Stewart  --  the Mike Huckabee interview

Choice  --  I'll be damned if I can figure it out....just words and phrases (missionaries, black white, up down)  Maybe the url listed will help (

Rick Warren? Yes.  --  exploring the possibility that Obama asked Warren to do the deed to expose him for the hypocrite, liar, and fraud that he is

Christian Country Club  --  the Saddleback Church compared to those exclusive places that sometimes occupy a lot of some folks' time

Monkey  --  the monkey on the back of government is religion and it may be difficult for all Americans to enjoy their Constitutional Rights when Chrisitianists insist that Constitutional Law be the same as their interpretation of God's Law

The Rule of Law  --  Monkey II, I'll take the Constitution of the United States over the various and nefarious interpretations of WWJD

I've stated before that I would like the bipolar coaster to have a very very long stretch of level track.  I'd like to be slighty hypomanic but not to the point of insomnia and crazy thoughts and actions.  So, as far as blogging is concerned, I'd like a daily routine of writing...

We'll just have to see where this ride takes us....

Hang on.

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