I have been feeling a bit of “blogger’s block” lately. I don’t know what to write about. But I do know that writing is very important for my happiness, so even if it isn’t that great or it isn’t very long, I need to write. So bare with me today’s blog might be a little scattered and simple.
I am trying this new thing.
No alarm clock.
I am going to let my body wake up naturally. I want to train my body to wake up at the appropriate time I need. With this, we have a few days/weeks of adjustment, so I woke a bit late. I got up at 5:45. I like to wake up at 5:00 am, so I guess not bad.
Well after showering and dressing it was already 6:15, I heard the wee ladies. They woke up earlier today. I got them dressed and ready and came down stairs. I thought I would turn on some “Caillou” while I got breakfast ready, since I did not have a chance to prep myself this morning.
We turned on the TV and it was on “The Early show”. I caught the segment on Charlie Sheen and his latest episode. He posted a web video last night. He looked liked death and sounded lost and mixed up.
He is making me feel sad.
I know his comments and episodes are slightly humorous to a sober mind, don’t get me wrong, I laughed at the recent SNL skit about Charlie Sheen and his craziness. But to him I think what he is saying and doing all makes sense to him.
It is terrible to watch, but unfortunately it is like a train wreck, you just can’t seem to turn away.
If you have ever had the responsibility to be in a relationship (child, parent, friend or partner) with a narcissistic addict I think you will relate to the sadness that is felt as you watch someone become slightly insane due to addiction. It feels all to familiar. Watching someone lose themselves in addiction is a terribly painful thing that in most cases you can’t do anything about.
Watching Sheen in the public eye spiral to complete lose of self due to addiction is awful and painful. I truly hope it stops soon.
I hope you all have a wonderful day!