Hello Autumn. Welcome back. I’ve missed you.
So calming and peaceful.
It reminds me of the calmest state I’ve ever achieved.
A faraway love
We were Both in our beds
Longing for each others presence,
and Loving embrace.
Hearing and feeling each other through a
midnight phone call.
Every intimate whisper and breath shared
We fell asleep together a thousand miles apart.
My heartbeat was strong with purpose.
I awoke uninterrupted, naturally, fully rested, in the same position I fell asleep.
I would lose that purpose. I would never again sleep so peacefully, rested, or be that calm and content.
Commentary time. This strip hits a bit home for me because depression has made me stumble quite a few times in life, and every time I’ve stumbled I fell behind a little more. Soon, I’ve fallen so far behind that I can’t even see the same people I was in the race with. There’s a lot to this metaphor, and I feel it all the time. Almost any meeting of friends reminds me of how I’ve fallen behind, and I never read facebook because seeing everyone ahead of me in the race is so discouraging.
I guess if anything can be taken from this strip is theimportance of getting help as quickly as possible, as any lost time to depression is forever gone. It puts your life on standby while everyone else’s is still going on. And the more time you spend in depression limbo makes it difficult to get back.
This is a really negative post, I’m sorry. But this is depression comix.
Standing next to dave grohl at the glendale harley dealership
Summer solstice has passed.
Every night grows longer.
The Adventures begin.
Had many of them for tonight.
My perception of it passing is very twisted.
I lose it rather quickly…
…I’ve lost it