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Where: New York (United States). When: on 21-09-2011.
Written at 22-05-2012 by Anonymous
Labels - departure flight home
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I was starving when I woke up. McDonalds was my only choice because it was near the hotel. I don’t like fast food but I thought that it would be nice if I eat in McDonalds because it was my last day in the States. I liked the atmosphere there. I’ve seen lots of restaurants for fast food and I never thought that they had a good atmosphere but this one was different. I looked around and I fe...

She said, tender moments of times past

Where: Holland Michigan, 49423 Holland (United States). When: on 18-05-2007.
Written at 22-05-2011 by Steven Doornbos
Labels - memories love relationships life
20050 Reads
Things I Have Missed After sitting with one another for the better part of an afternoon she turned to him and said: “What have you missed?” After a few moments he replied: I have missed the warm sunshine on my face as the sun rises in the East. I have missed the gentle touch of someone I love when they reach over in the morning before getting out of bed and squeeze my hand ever...

Skeletal Supervision

Where: Invalid. When: on 08-09-2012.
Written at 08-09-2012 by Tommy McMahon
Labels - Time travel Skeletons philosophy
5643 Reads
I remember that night well. The night that I first thought about doing what I ended up doing, what I’m going to tell to you now. I remember I had a headache and was in that state of being where you aren’t quite tired, but you’re almost apathetic to doing anything. I suppose lethargic would be the best fitting word, but I’m not sure that encompasses the feeling in its entirety. ...

Bipolar Illness

Where: Durham (United Kingdom). When: on 01-12-2015.
Written at 01-12-2015 by M David Watson
Labels - bipolar illness depression mental illness
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by Michael David Watson Chapter One Stevie Smith’s poem, Not Waving but Drowning perfectly captures the essence of bipolar illness: the helplessness, the hopelessness, the anguish; the wrong perceptions, by those who have the condition and those who do not. Anyone with bipolar disorder knows only too well the long, painful and steep uphill struggle to cling on to some kind of normalit...