The Smaller Joys of Life: Week One


Sunday 7th December:
I was grateful for Wifey coming with me to the hospital, for the doctor listening to me, and for having the beautiful Christmas tree to look at whilst having a rollie.



Monday 8th December:
I saw my support worker today. He listened well and talking to him helped. Then I walked home and it was my favourite kind of weather, crisp and bright, so the view over London was really great to look at.



Tuesday 9th December:
I’m really glad to have met this friend through college. We can talk, and I feel like I can be 100% myself with him, which is a great feeling.



Wednesday 10th December:
I went out for drinks and dinner with my friends. They finally met Wifey, and they all liked each other, which I was really pleased about. My food was amazing, and I felt good about myself when I was dressed up.


Thursday 11th December:
I went for a walk up to the park with my friend. I really enjoyed it because I had a hangover from alcohol and my new medication dosage. The day was a perfect walking day, with a nice wind and clear skies for a good view over the city.


Friday 12th December:
I saw the Mental Health Support Worker in college today. I was really glad that she listened to me, and am grateful for the support I am receiving in college whilst I complete my studies.


Saturday 13th December:
I managed to go to the library today and do some revision. I was grateful for being able to concentrate for a while, because I have been struggling lately to focus.



3 thoughts on “The Smaller Joys of Life: Week One

  1. Reblogged this on Lifeinblogs and commented:
    Thank you Dear Darling Sanity for this challenge !! I will be posting my own response a little bit later :). Anybody who wants to join in is welcome but please link back to the original blog (Dear Darling Sanity). 🙂


    1. I’n so glad you found the challenge and have decided to take part. I love reading what everyone is grateful for each day in their lives: even if it’s the tiniest thing.

      I am running it for 26 weeks, (6 months) but people can join or stop as readily as they like.



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