With the Labor Day weekend upon us, the seasons will be changing again soon. Got a ballgame on in the background. First football game I’ve seen live since the start of the pandemic. I am ready for some resemblance of normal again. Ordered some chicken wings and I’ll be watching football all day. One of my friends is hosting his in laws this weekend and smoking several pounds of pork for the weekend. Weather is supposed to start cooling off in a few days. Mentally, I’ve always done better in cooler weather.
In addition to American football, I’ve been watching some of the UEFA tournament the last few days. It’s usually on in the mornings here in USA. Makes me long for the Olympics next summer. I’ll be glad when the vaccines are perfected and the pandemic burns out. 2020 has been a trying year for most people. At least I can stay connected via internet.
It’s Labor Day weekend in my country. Many people are going to the beach or having their last party of the summer. I decided to stay home this weekend. I don’t like fighting crowds. It has been a tough summer for me. Summers are usually tough because of mental illness problems. But this is the first summer I’ve had in several years that really wasn’t that hard in terms of mental illness. This one was tough because I hurt my back and spent two months healing.
I’m finding it hard to believe that fall is practically here. I do pretty well in fall. I have most of my problems with mental illness in the summers. There is definitely a seasonal aspect to my illness. I’m looking forward to the cooler weather and the beauty of the fall leaves. While I didn’t have the mental health problems this summer I’ve had in previous years, I didn’t get out to enjoy the summer much. It was a letdown of a summer that stretched for longer than normal. I’m not sad to see summer end. I’m ready for cooler weather. I’m even ready for snow again. I’m glad that I was able to make it through this summer with fewer than usual problems. Perhaps my problems with schizophrenia are starting to decrease with age.
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