Friday, November 30, 2007

cone of sound and fury

i am in a spot, once again, where i can understand things way beyond me and yet, Cassandrastyle, can't understand others or things present to me. let alone meet them. what to do?
ask you...
what do you do to pick yourself out of a depressive place? practices? consortiments? people? websites? please (a) suggest things, i.e. help and (b) buy Boxcutter's latest album (then think you've been ripped off, then get drunk and lonesome and listened to it full-volume and then told all your friends about it)...

7 comments:

pagno said...

my recipe is to smoke some weed, put on nico's these days and bob dylan's the hurricane, make something til i'm not just sick but completely repulsed by looking at it, go out, get incredibly drunk then do it all again. i keep repeating until i start to appreciate how good just being sober and healthy feels. but i don't think this'll work for everyone. i say it's worth a try though?

i hope you feel better tomu!

Princess Pointful said...

Live music helps me more than anything... it's one of those things you can get pretty wrapped up in and get out of your own head.

Also, when I am feeling a little lonely, I take a walk somewhere new with my camera, and set myself to discovering.

Hope things look up soon!!

Джосина Ксения said...

I like working on some sort of fun artistic project like cartooning, painting, story writing or piano playing.
Warm, cozy places (ie in front of a fire place with a cup of chai) also help unless it leads to excessive napping.

S'Mat said...

thanks you 3. i feel better already, having promised these activities (esp. dog-wrangling, beachwalks, music and writing/doodling) to myself in 2 weeks time.

Princess Pointful said...

Why not now? That sounds like a better plan to me...

Anonymous said...

Dad says: call me..

bex said...

No need for dog wrangling anymore. just full on acrobatic distractions for Lou dog... bribe him, turn the other direction, say ooga booga really quick and give him a bisquit. almost as entertaining... as he always gets the last laugh(bark). something to look forward to none the less. cant wait to see ya!!