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30 Nov 2008

Happy happy / joy joy

Thinking a lot about happiness “For most of my adult life, genuine happiness has been the result of the first month of Zoloft, or the first weeks of Effexor, or the dawn of Paxil.” I am not depressed, but I know depressed people. Depression is not sadness. It is the inability to be happy. Depression [...]

Filed by shaun at November 30th, 2008 under indifferenthonest, old drafts
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17 Jan 2006

the whinning

Recently I’ve been feeling more like doing something, but pretty damn uncertain what that something is. It seems like everything I’m good at doing there are far too many other people around doing it far better. Some things I have considered writing about, and why I’m not: politics Christ, like the web needs another blog [...]

Filed by shaun at January 17th, 2006 under indifferenthonest, old drafts
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packing

Robert was always packing. He half lived out of cardboard boxes and storage bins. When he wasn’t packing, he was applying for jobs. The day I moved into the apartment next door to him, he was sitting out on the balcony our apartments shared with the help-wanted ads and a special red marker. Other markers, [...]

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16 Jan 2006

shed

The first night after I moved into my new apartment, my first post-college place, I dreamed I woke up in the morning and went onto my back porch to find a strange grey cat there. The cat rubbed my ankles and then walked through the backyard to a shed. Halfway there it turned to look [...]

Filed by shaun at January 16th, 2006 under indifferenthonest, old drafts
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