You never realize how strongly medication affects you until you go off it entirely.

I want to run through the streets and dance.

I’ve been on and off it for years, and it seems that every time, I forget how good it feels to be off it. It really is like a cloud hanging over you. It’s so subtle that you don’t realize it until it’s gone.

In other news, two of my favorite coworkers quit today. That’s not good.

I’ve been dying to watch Closer for the last week and I haven’t had ANY free time whatsoever. Tonight, I finally do. I will watch Natalie Portman and Jude Law walking along, smiling at each other as Damien Rice’s “The Blower’s Daughter” plays. SUCH a good beginning.

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