Don’t Push Your Luck

Here’s just a little billy-due (love note)to keep in mind when you’re dealing with person with bipolar.Treat them with kit gloves or they’ll jump down your throat.

Beat Back Bipolar

Hurting? Depressed? Confused? Feeling lost? Stop beating yourself up! I beat bipolar without medicine in Bipolar Me and you can do it too. http://bit.ly/2rnIMC7

New Book, Lona

Here’s the tentative description of an autobiography I’m working on.”This book is the life story and case study of how a little girl all by her lonesome climbs out of mental and physical abuse, faces prejudice and misunderstanding as an adult, knocks the chip off her shoulder and leads a normal and healthy life. It’s not too often that we have a chance to meet someone who faces their own demons, spits them out and sends them packing. I’m one of the lucky ones who did. So, of course, I made her a good friend.”

Feeling Odd

Being born slightly askew isn’t so bad except when I feel like a boy named Sue. Then I get mad and ask God,”Why did you make me this way?” He gives me a wink and a nod and I don’t feel so odd anymore and can live with myself once again.

Life’s a Bitch

Lona’s spitting out the pieces of her life out of order. How’s a dyslexic like me supposed to write her story and make make sense out of it? Life’s a bitch!

Compulsive Writing

It’s 4:30 in the morning. I can’t sleep. Full paragraphs my new book,Lona, are spinning around on the screen in my head insisting that I get up right now. All I want to do is go back to sleep. So, I get up.

Life is hard

I am ‘The Three Faces of Eve’. I have to publicize Bipolar Me, write my new book,Lona, and stick a broom up my rear. Life is a pain in the ass.