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Wednesday, January 11, 2006
My Horiscope
It's time to tear the roof off this sucker. You've been so good and dutiful; now it's time to let off some steam. Pick the way that appeals to you most. Maybe it's time for a night on the town with your nuttiest pals.
By: Kim Rogers-Gallagher, Astrology.com

So, where was this horoscope a few months ago before I got sick? I always get one that seems to come true, but always on the wrong day.
Of course this one applies to me every day but I can’t enjoy a drink.
The other problem is that most of my nuttiest pals I only know online and sleep at all hours mostly when I’m up, except Babs and Jackiesue some of the time.
Enough of that anyway.
I went to have my wound checked Monday, and the culture they took on Friday turned up new infections. My doctors get worried about stuff like that with my reduced immune system. Now, instead of the 7 pills a day I was taking I get to take lucky 13 and hope the bacteria haven’t mutated into super bugs. Used to be the bug that bit me died but not any more.
People are noticing that a whole lot of people who Blog here are either clinically depressed and having a bad period, or just down in the dumps for other reasons.
I had noticed this too, and even found it so when I started checking Bogs I’ve never been to at random. Not all Blogs and not everyday on any of them, but enough to get my attention. I think at least part of it is caused be the strange weather that we have been getting this year. I don’t think anyone who’s Blogs I read is having normal weather this year. I know that depression is caused by chemical imbalances at least partially, but what about a climate imbalance making things even worse.

Of course I could just be full of shit, as has been pointed out to me many times.
Time for me to go to bed and read more Koontz to give me sweet dreams.
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  • At 3:26 AM, Blogger yellowdog granny

    im reading forever odd too..so far....its ok...im at the point where he is going up the elevator(climbing up it) in the burnt out indian casino..
    i am like you ..noticing that everyone is depressed, or have some sort of clinical imbalance..my daughter suffers from depression and lives in san francisco where they have had a lot of rainy days and gray skies..i think the weather has a lot to do with it..there is something that the initials are s.a.d. with out the periods..sad...and this article said they need to take more vit. d as they arent getting enough sunshine...what a mess. just hope that it clears up soon..blog site needs to rock again...and if you are full of shit...so am i...

  • At 9:04 AM, Blogger leo myshkin

    i might be off base but i think a lot of this depression shit is a case of self fullfilling prophecies. a person can go see their doctor and be wrongly diagosed as depressed. but if the doctor keeps telling them they are depressed, bingo! they really do become depressed. then of course they become addicted to anti depressants and the the doctors and big pharmas are laughing all the way to the bank.

    on another note, we have also been over prescribed anti biotics that have resulted in superbugs. global warming, crazy wars, out of control deficits etc. it's no wonder people are depressed.

    i hope you get down to 12 pills real quick!

  • At 9:29 AM, Blogger Babs

    13 pills, wow! Lucky you! Maybe you'll win the lottery next.
    Koontz always gives the sweetest dreams....

  • At 3:47 PM, Blogger chattymoon2012

    I hope you are feeling better with lucky 13 and can soon get them back down to where they were before. I am one of the depressed one and I did feel better today (sun was shining) and I have SAD like Jackie said. Some say it's the post-holiday blues, others say it is the alignment of the planets or some such shit...if it was just me I wouldn't care because I am used to it but it makes me uneasy when it's a number of us...The weather is screwy tho, who knows?

  • At 10:52 AM, Blogger Rocky (Racquel)

    Depressed people want to be connected with other people but often the quirks of their illnesses and sometimes intolerable behaviour make it difficult to maintain relationships - especially ones without judgement or abuse ruling them. What better place for a lonely person to have social interactions without all the baggage then through a blog?