Hello to all of you, my very dear friends. I want to check in, but before there is time for misunderstanding to occur, I want to be very, very clear about one pretty important thing, which is I have not returned to blogging. Actually, I may need even longer a break than I had anticipated, which is why I’m writing this — that and the very thoughtful and wise words from someone I know who pointed out that my prolonged silence might cause worry.
I am still maintaining our social media, as I said I would do. And occasionally, when posting a picture or a link to facebook, I’ll get to sharing my thoughts a little bit. Continue reading
To Our Dear Readers,
I know we have been a little shy on posts lately, for lots of reasons. I can only speak to my own issues. I have been fighting a depression — denying, refusing, admitting, and finally reaching out. It has left me very short on words, even so far as being able to respond to comments and emails. I thank all of you so very much for your patience. Please know that I am so grateful for your words of support, and I will respond to all of the wonderful, kind things you have said to me here, on my personal blog, and also on my newest child, a somewhat under the radar “mental health past and present blog” (explanation on the last forthcoming in another post). Continue reading
March 28th, that is! That’s the big day, the day of the 2012 WEGO Health Activist Awards Ceremony, a virtual event that is taking place on facebook to announce the winners of the 2012 WEGO Health Activist Awards. In case you missed it, Canvas is a finalist in the category of Best Ensemble Cast, and we’re all so excited! WEGO Health released a schedule of events just a few days ago: Continue reading
Birthdays are often triggering affairs for me, and, from what I’ve read on others’ blogs, I’m not alone.
My life is littered with many unfortunate birthdays. When I was a child, I had the obligatory sorts of parties. There were play places. A skating rink, even though I could barely skate (and I can’t skate now), so I hugged the wall.
These were awkward affairs. None of the people there were really my friends–just classmates. Continue reading
It’s a word that has become synonymous with “life”. How many hours a day can we say that we are “online”? For some, like smartphone users, we are never truly offline. The internet has become a deeply embedded part of our lives. With all of the information available, social networks active and potential people to meet oceans and countries away, the entire world is at our fingertips. How could this ever be considered a bad thing? Continue reading
Sorry, all (especially our lovely subscribers), I don’t usually do this kind of post – and I’ll try not to do it again – but Canvas now has a Facebook page of its very own! This is partially meant to let everyone know that, and partially a test post to see if I connected everything correctly.
In either case, if you’re on Facebook, you can click the “Like” box to the right of any of the Canvas pages, or click this link, A Canvas Of The Minds (I know, it looks the same, but it will take you to our Facebook page) while logged on to Facebook to find us! Hooray! Continue reading