Moving On Up

Here I am. Another day has dawned. Or perhaps another day has “nooned” would be closer to the truth. I’m not an early riser by any stretch of the imagination. But that’s neither here nor there.

I’ve been dealing with some back pain for a few days now. Ibuprofen doesn’t help much but going to the doctor is a last resort for me. I’m praying for healing and asking for prayer from others as I deal with the unfortunate side effects of all these birthdays that just keep piling up. I once was invincible. Now… not so much.

The biggest thing going on for me right now is transitioning into living with my girlfriend. We’ve been talking about it for a while and we’re taking steps to make it a reality. In a couple weeks I will be moving out of my little apartment and moving into the rest of my life, hand-in-hand with the girl of my dreams and all our four-legged kids. I couldn’t be happier!

I am still dealing with schizoaffective disorder on a daily basis. I spend a lot of time sifting through the thoughts that constantly come and go in my mind. I’m paranoid at times and struggle with certain things but I’m making it. The depression hasn’t been a major problem for a while now, so that’s good. God is walking me through the good days and bad, always leading me forward into the future He has for me.

So that’s that. A brief update on where I’m at, lifewise. I’m gonna just flow with things for a while and just blog as I feel led. No pressure, no worries. To all who read my scribblings, I say thank you. I appreciate all the support I can get and I pray for blessings in all of your lives.


5 thoughts on “Moving On Up

  1. Stay close to Jesus and keep asking the Holy Spirit for guidance. It’s tough with mental health issues. I suffer from depression and paranoia, but the medication I’m on now keeps me balanced … most of the time, but not always! πŸ˜€ But God is with me.
    All the best for your future plans.


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