About Me: Female, 45, Mount Vernon, MO, member since Mar 2008
Crazy Lab Rat on Crazy Meds trying to make it through this roller coaster ride of life sober, sane, serene and happy, joyous and free. Those are the goals, atleast! LOL I like hiking, reading, writing, nature, working with pastels, cooking gourmet foods, EATING, watch
[More]ing sappy love story movies, and doing arts and crafts such as scrapbooking, tye dye, and I love to garden.
Hi Tink, thanks for adding to my thread on the mood swings! I'm glad I posted now as so many people have either commented or messaged me to say they feel the exact same way. Its nice to know I'm not alone in my madness. How many kids you got? I've got 4. It must be real hard having your husband away at the moment, I know I would completely lose it if my hub had to go away. I see we have some similar interests ie, reading, writing, art, cooking .... boy loads, lol! Helen
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