and so does her tiger.
Hello all, I’m researching some ideas for the BBC about young people (14-28 years) and mental health – specifically focusing on the relationship between siblings where one brother or sister has mental health problems.I’m in the very early stages at the moment and just trying to talk to as many people as possible…but I would be very grateful to hear from anyone who might be willing to talk to me about their experience either of their mental illness and how they feel this has affected their relationship with their siblings – or indeed a sibling who has a brother/sibling with a mental illness…All conversations will be confidential and you are in no way committing to anything at this stage.My email is lauramartinrobinson @ gmail.com.Many thanks!Laura
My sister is brilliant and wonderful and amazing and she got a first and she’s lovely and glorious and I cannot wait to see her again and I’m so happy for her and she’s a star.
I might have mentioned this before, but my sister is wonderful and I adore her.
I’ve decided that the aim for the coming week is to get the current project so it’s mostly finished. Starting with small form studies - 1:1000? Lots of testing. Then a proper plan, section, technical section. Sister to stay, boyfriend to stay. CPN Wednesday morning. Working Thursday evening. Maybe climbing at some point. See my wise friend at the weekend: be done enough to get guidance. Maybe contact fifth year friend for encouragement. Hopefully hear about a job. Work out when I can get home for a night to pick up my work.
The next week: presentation stuff. You can do it, you can make it, you’re nearly there.
Tomorrow I will make a proper plan.
I just got birthday packages from my sister (yay!) and they’re addressed in her writing but my name is spelt wrong.
This makes no sense. I can’t even call her up to thank her and mock her because she’s abroad.
I’m so confused.
Maybe it’s just because I get to spend time with my sistergirl at the moment, but my memories from India are arising more strongly and frequently now.
And this. I love you too! And I will see you soon and we will talk and hug and sit quietly together and oh I miss you.
today: cuddle with my sister, pick up my new glasses, walk around the fields, come home, shower, read/sleep/rest, wrap presents, secret gift project #1, tidy my room, clear out old clothes, finish downloading laptop programs, call to rearrange new! appointment, be hopeful