About “day dreamer”.
- For starters, my name is Sherry, I’m 26, and a proud mom. I’m also bipolar and I wanted this blog to be a place where I could write the shit that goes on in my head when I’m thinking too much, manic, depressed or just having a fan-fucking-tastic day. And post also pictures that I love, quotes, songs. Because I love blogging and writing. It’s been a part of my life since I was 14. And also, because this is my blog, and I can write whatever I want in it. :)
Born in NY, raised in FL. I do what I want & live my life as I choose.
I want everything and nothing at the same time.
I talk unnecessarily loud all the time. (I’m from New York, give me a break, lol.) I am a terrible driver.. probably because I hate driving. I always have a headache. I’m pretty sure it’s just one that started 4 years ago and hasn’t gone away. I’m the biggest crybaby, and I’m absolutely ridiculous at times. I have the realest addiction to coffee & I love the word FUCK. Fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck! Hahahahaha. I like typing it because I can’t say it around my daughter lol. Britney Spears is my idol. I love to read for pleasure. But I can never seem to finish a damn book, unless it’s really, really good. I’m bipolar, and it makes everything interesting. No, I’m not nuts so stfu already, it’s call MEDICATION, and I actually take mine, lol. I’m really nice. Too nice, sometimes. Especially when I shouldn’t be. I’m funny. Actually, I’m hysterical, and I make everyone laugh. Seriously. I love Starbucks; I want one in my house. Yes, in my house.
My 2 1/2 year old daughter, Alanna, is my life and I would do anything for her. Being a mother is very trying at times, especially being a single mom. There’s times when I wonder how I, the one who can barely stay sane on a regular basis, was chosen for this job. And why life thought it was a good idea for ME to be a parent. But being a parent has so may more rewards then it does punishments. That’s all I can say to someone who doesn’t know what it’s like to have a child.
What is it like having Bipolar Depression?
- Having this type of depression has its ups and downs (literally). Sometimes I can have so much energy I could run a marathon and be happy and smiling to the point where my cheeks hurt. And then there are days when I won’t even attempt to try and get anything done, because the actual thought of doing anything is draining, which makes me even more depressed.
*I encourage anyone to give me 5 minutes of their time to read some of my entries when I start posting. Eventually I want to reach out to others and offer some advice on a personal level. Because I know what a hard, long road depression is.