Day 3 – Naomi

A very late posting, and a short one too. Today started out without any colour in it all, all very monochrome and bleak. One of the things about living with intermittent Depression is that there’s no way to ignore it when it arrives. The good thing about being freelance are the hours – so if it means I have to take half the day off to get fixed by therapy, a long bath re-reading Roger Robinson’s Suckle, and a trip to get my bicycle fixed I will. Taking time out to write my journal whilst listening to Jamie Woon and having a bit of a cry helped too.

The work day started very late as you can imagine, hence my bed time at 2am. However I have managed to mail out and facebook about a new photography project called Pairs (please sign up if you’d like your portrait taken), finalise some more photo shoots, have a very productive meeting with Debbi about an all women cross-discipline (rather than just cross-arts) event for next year and write a new poem for the photography/poetry blog I share with Dan.

So not unlike yesterday – the day started with a thick overhanging cloud and by nightfall there was some change in the weather.