As I write this, I am sat wearing my Norwich City Football Club t-shirt, in my Norwich City hoodies drinking out of my #22 Mug courtesy of my birthday. So naturally, it would come as no surprise that I am a hardcore Norwich City fan.
An all familiar sickness washes over and you cannot be sure you are drowning or if it is cleansing. The same can be just as overwhelming. It's getting worse, it's shameful to be so weak, it's painful and soul destroying that it almost answers your constant fear, you are drowning.
So music is powerful. Music is emotive. It can create so much of an atmosphere, but then conversely, it can disperse the thickest of discomfort. Truly, music is the literal equivalent of actual magic.
Today was a day off. Walking the kids to school gave me chance to sit in my own head and that is not always a good thing. Readers of my previous articles will know what happened a few weeks ago now and today was a bit of a hit.
I recently started a new job. I have worked a lot of jobs and as of late I have decided I am going to stop trying to fit in. Last year I worked in a popular fast food chain and I found my work soul mate. I love her so bloody much! I no longer work there and yet she is now without a doubt one of my closest friends on this earth! She gets me and working with her always made shifts bearable. We had fun and we worked well together and now I am no longer there we are now family friends too. Our partners are friends and share interests and we all have a great time when together.
So, it is not uncommon knowledge with those around me that I (don't suffer) live with ADHD. My current work environment has somehow managed to bring more of it out as of late. I don't know if it is me slowly losing a grip on my mentality as I deal with a lot of personal battles.