Do you seem like your just not feeling the whole spectrum of emotion? I try to explain what so many seem to not understand about mental health.
I find a reoccurring theme in my life is the same stupid question. "Why do you keep giving more than 100% when you're never really getting the same back?" I've been asked this more than a few times. Last time I replied, "I really don't think that's the hill I want to die on. By … Continue reading “Strive not to equal, but to excel”
Small update on happenings with the birth of this site. Illness won't keep me down for long.
It's a good thing I don't have tons of viewers a day right now. They would probably be very confused by how the site keeps jumping around. I think I've settled on going back to my default theme and coding in the stuff I want. Right now the home page may be a bit messy, … Continue reading Developmental Hell
Being numb can hurt worse than anything else. To face the fact you once felt and no longer can, weighs heavily on the heart. But it can no longer fully express the pain associated with longing for those joys and feelings others take for granted. But perhaps theres a place each of us can see what lies under the surface.
Wonderboy receives a letter from the past that will greatly effect the future. Just what has happened to create this unfortunate event?!
Wonderboy has been asked to hear the story of great importance. What hell will be endured to turn "it" into a unit of great value. He will have to find out.
I decided I won't be doing a themed post today. Why? My dad had back surgery a couple days ago, and I have been running around quite a bit the last few days. Today Wasn't too bad, but I spent a good chunk of the day figuring out some stuff with the website and its … Continue reading Don’t you worry.
One of Disney's hidden gems. Completely underrated for the work put into it.
I'm not really a gory movie kind of guy. But realistically the first one wasn't really that gross, compared to the stuff to come. Saw was a movie that changed the title of "killer." The first movie was made on such a small budget, for it to return such success is a testament to the … Continue reading I want to play a game. [TP]