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Friday, February 19, 2021

Feeling so blessed

The last time I saw her and held her 12-20-10
 So I make no apologies about this. I am a huge grandma's boy. I dont care who knows it, its true. I loved my grandmother and she was the biggest influence in my life. She was my touch stone. My pillar
of strength. She was always there for me when I needed her. The day she passed, was a very sad, dark day for me. My foundation cracked, and I felt utterly alone.

Throughout my life, my meek and humble grandmother shone a light of kindness, love, warmth, and security. So as some (if not all of you) may know. In 2003 I lost my house to a wild fire that swept through southern California. Well when I was in the 8th or 9th grade, I had a family history project that I had to do. My grandmother sat down with her tape recorder and recorded an oral history of our family spanning all the way back to Sweden. 
Listening to the history pour out of her, I could feel and see the imagery of the words she spoke. Im going to be 40 in a few weeks. So this cassette tape was made when I was about 13 give or take. I moved all around California and then here to Washington. I thought that this tape had been lost to the house fire or just to the sands of time as it were. I found it in a box that I hadn't unpacked from when I moved from California almost 14yrs ago now. I was looking for something, I honestly cant even remember what it was now. But when I saw this tape with the white out label, I knew exactly what it

was instantly. I found someone online who offered to clean up the audio and transfer it to CD. 

Today was the first time in almost a decade that I heard my grandmothers voice. Listening to her recant the tales of her parents lives and her life and that of my aunts and uncles was just amazing. It was like I was a kid again sitting in the kitchen listening to her record it while i sat there eating cookies and milk. I seriously can not believe it made it all this time. 
Its jokingly said that I am a hoarder, and you know what, for once I am glad that I hoarded something. This has meant everything to me. Im not sure if my cousins, or my aunt or uncle will appreciate it as much as I do. But knowing that I have something with her voice on it, is more than everything in the world to me. I just wish that I something with my dad's voice on it. But for now I have it in a digital format and have uploaded it to several different places throughout the internet.

Friday, February 5, 2021

Feeling alone

We as humans tend to be social creatures, needing to form familiar bonds and social structures with those around us. But when you begin to feel alone because you dont feel that you can communicate with the people in your life, things tend to take a turn for the worse.

When you have situations arise in your life that you just need the comfort and advice of your tribe but you can not fully open up to everyone because you are afraid of the reticule and judgement that you would receive. It makes it even more difficult. Especially when you are already dealing with depression, anxiety, and other mental health related issues. But still you just bare your cross when you cant even bare your own thoughts and keep moving forward. You fear every phone call, every knock on the door, every email, text, or PM you get. Wondering if that communique is the one that strikes the deadly blow. No one could beat you up worse than your own psyche. Because who knows you better? Who is with you 24/7? 

One piece of advice I could give someone who has someone who has mental health issues is this. If they confide in you, good, bad, or indifferent. Do not tell their story to someone else. Do not make fun of them with your other friends when they are not around. And assure them that you will not do these things. Because people who suffer with mental health issues typically are over thinkers. And will play out every possible scenario in their head to the point of driving them mad. It consumes our every waking thought. It burdens us with the thought that you may do these things. Even if you say you wouldn't, we still dont 100% believe you. That is why so many who suffer with these hidden diseases never come forward. Its the fear. Its the guilt of being sick. Its so many things that are physical, made up, and everything in between. Feeling alone, when you have so many people around you is not a pleasant feeling. Your inner darkness tells you all kinds of horrible things. And after awhile it becomes a lullaby and you get hypnotized and begin believing everything it says. 

Dont make people feel alone in a crowded room. Be their touch stone. Be the keeper of their secrets and stories. Be their vault. 

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Kidney Stones

 Until now (and hopefully never after this) I had never had a Kidney Stone. I heard that they hurt really bad and that there is really no other pain like it.

Well I can say, I now have a reference point for what people are talking about. For the last week and a half, I have been in the process of passing one (maybe more). And it is a unique experience that I would wish on no one. Where you feel physically fine, you internally hurt. The painful pressure that envelops you and its course is not something that can easily be described. For a week or so prior to getting the diagnosis that I indeed had a kidney stone. I had lower back pain that wrapped around both sides of my back. Im heavy set and had been doing some cleaning and moving things around and what have you and thought that maybe this was just an old injury waking up from not sleeping well and that I needed to flip my mattress. So I didnt think anything about it. But I noticed that my urine started becoming clear. And this gave me pause. Because last time that my urine was clear, and I had lower back issues it was because I was in Diabetic Ketoacidosis. So I made a trip to the local Urgent Care clinic and told them everything that was going on and what my concerns were. I asked them to do a blood panel and x-ray to see if everything was ok. They only did a "dip stick" test and told me that everything looked fine. Of course it wasn't and they just wanted to bill me quickly and send me home. So A few days later, I wake up with this horrible pain/pressure in my right side. It was a day that I was supposed to take a friend of mine to her doctors appointment. I asked her if I could still take her but that I wanted to go by the Urgent Care center over by her doctors in hopes that they may do a few more tests. About 30 minutes later, I had to call and cancel plans with her as I felt I needed to get into the ER quickly. I have this crippling pain in my side, and my heart beat was erratic and all over the place. Looking back now, I shouldn't have driven myself. 

Upon arrival, I barely made it through the intake questions before it felt like I was going to vomit. I ran to the restroom where I did just that. For the next 4 hours I would vomit, lose the ability to regulate my temperature and be so uncomfortable that it wasn't even funny. Like a miracle after the testing had happened, the doctor came in and said "do you want to stay here or do you want to go home?" I asked if they were going to do anything special that I couldnt do at home. "No not really, all we'll do is keep you hooked up to IV's and wait." I of course chose home. The 10 mile drive home was one that I dont remember much of. I felt like I was underwater, and seeing everything through a haze. I just remember trying to speed home and getting mad that everyone was doing what felt like 15 miles under the speed limit. The week long bullshit that came to follow was the hardest that I ever had to deal with. I laid in bed, day and night. Watching the progression of hours across my walls as dark became light and faded back to dark. I heard the whole world roaring around me. The little things that my neighbors did in their day to day lives. How I could tell who was home by how hard they slammed the door. Sometimes waking me up from my all to few and brief moments of painless sleep. The overly powerful narcotics that the hospital gave me, making me sicker and unable to clearly think. To no even be able to entertain myself with music, or television because the light, sound, and motion of it all was far to much to process. Even talking on the phone was a chore. I had little happiness here and there when my super hero of a friend would come by to check on me. And like a doting nursemaid would come and check on me, and graciously go to the store and retrieve things that I needed or wanted. I honestly couldn't have asked for a better friend. At one point I think that she even "laid hands" on me. A gesture which I am sure brought her comfort, and I am thankful that she would if she did. But laying on my back, in one position, for several days. I began thinking of my last days. If this is how it is to pass, then I hope that mine comes quickly. I dont want to lay in a bed, waiting, wishing, hoping. I want to fall asleep after telling my loved ones I love them, and wake up where ever the great beyond takes us. 

The hardest thing to deal with was the racing thoughts, and being a slave to their whirlwind changes. Good, bad, depraved, evil, hysterical and everything between. At one point I just gave up any semblance of control and allowed myself to follow them. No matter how obscure, dark, grotesque, just to follow them. It was all I could do. I didnt have the strength to fight a mental battle as well as a physical health battle. The dreams that formulated from doing so were strange flights of fancy and darkly sanicle. I purposely stopped taking the narcotics because it was making me feel worse. And switched over to over the counter medications. At the time of writing this, I believe im on my out of this nightmare. I can only hope to never step foot on this path again. As this is not something that I want to do ever. I have made my purchases at the giftshop, created a scrapbook page, and now am ready to heal and move forward. So if this was the yearly gift of self that I seem to have every year before my birthday, then I can only imagine what is to happen when I turn 41. Last February it was Covid. The year before that was cluster migraines, and the year before that was something new as well. I am not looking forward to 41. But with this kidney issue in the hopeful rearview mirror, 40 will be a good year.  

Monday, January 11, 2021

Which side are you on?

History is always written from the winning stand point, with a look back at what opposing forces did prior to the "new norm". 

American history was made in: 

1776 when the Declaration of Independence was signed. 

1787 Constitution of the United States of America was signed. 

1863 Battle of Gettysburg took place. 

1865 the 13th Amendment was passed freeing slaves, thus ending the Civil War. 

1870 African American's were allowed to vote.

1905 Separation of the Church and the State.

1920 Women were given the right to vote. 

1948 Women's Rights were established.

1960 Poll Taxes and Literacy tests were abolished allowing for persons of all educational and financial           classes to freely vote. 

1968 Civil Rites Passed. 

2004 Anti-discrimination Laws including discrimination of the LGBT Community. 

2008 The first person of color was elected into office.

2015 Same Sex Marriage became legalized. 

Living during historical times, we find ourselves looking at a world divided. Us vs Them. Red vs. Blue. Democrat vs Republican. Left vs Right. We have hot topic issues and phrases being brought up in conversations daily. We have the invention of the hashtag that gives an instant link and social credibility to the millions of people who agree/connect/rally/etc. with it. With the entirety of the worlds knowledge at our finger tips and the ability to reach people on a global scale like never before. The transmission of thought, word, and deed has never been faster. 

The exchange of ideas and ideals. Practices and policies. All of these can be sent from pretty much anywhere on the globe with a powerful communication device that 99% of all people carry on them at all times. 
Yet with this ability to communicate, it is the last thing that we actually do with them. It seems like we have never been more apart in our history as a nation. The above dates mentioned, are defining dates within our history where the nation was divided. It is not a complete listing, but a general representation of many of our major divisions. 

We as a people have lived through many changes, some good, some bad, some ok. Regardless of which side you stand on, there is going to be those who feel that they were wronged. The above dates, caused wars, violence, and division on a national scale. Those in power didn't want to see people of color freed. Some didn't want people of color to vote. 

Some didn't want women to vote. Some didn't want people of color to have rights. Some didn't want the LGBT to have the right to marry or serve their country. We have been divided and still remained American. However, with the 2016 election, we have found ourselves divided. On one side of the coin, people saw free speech finally given a platform, and a chance to "Make America Great Again". On the other side of that coin, people saw discrimination, and violence. 

Some viewed it as a platform of truth and needed change, others of hate and a step backwards. We had only been so divided as a nation when it was The North vs The South. The era of Me vs Them came into existence.  Four years of civil upset and unrest was birthed. Family, friends, neighbors, and collages divided into groups. 

Fights exploded on the streets, in the grocery stores, and within our very homes, as tensions grew. A whitewashed hatred that only certain groups of our country experienced came to light for those any one and every one who denied its existence prior. Even with the insurmountable evidence, written and televised exposure, there was and is still parts of the nation that is like an Ostrich with its head in the sand. Only hearing what they wish to believe and dismissing anything to the contrary as "fake news." 

Regardless of what has happened, and what is to come, we need to remember something that seems to have been forgotten. We are all the same people. We are the whole of our efforts, not apart from them. We must put aside the hatred and try to heal and come together once again. 

Forgotten is the time of brotherhood that came about from the attacks on American soil in 2011. For a brief moment, we were one. We were Americans. There was no black and white. No red vs blue. We were united. Yes with the recent election some may feel cheated and wronged. But such is the politics of this country. 

But at the end of the day, if the Government was to collapse and no longer able to function, we would be left with ourselves. Would you still follow your elected officials if there was no country to follow? Would you still subjugate yourselves to the rules and laws of the old, or would you forge a new path and try to rebuild a community and eventually a nation of new ideals and standards. It's not being said not to have civic or national pride. But to remember who WE are. 

We all must reunite and remember that we are Americans. We will not always have the same viewpoints, but that we at least have the ability to chose our viewpoints. That we are not a country ruled by dictatorship. We are a Democracy. 

Remember it says "We the People of the United States" not "We the People and those who think like me". 

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

RAM

The Gift of Self is the most precious gift one can give to another. It is truly magical, when it is done without expectation of reward, or repayment. So many people do the "right" thing for the wrong reason.

When you do something for someone, and you have expectations of being rewarded or you try and document your "good deeds" via social media or whatever else, is it still a good deed? If you give for the act of giving, and seek no praise or attention then you are truly blessing someone.
I always try to do what I have begun calling RAM's Random Acts of Miracles. RAM's can be anything that YOU do to make someone's life/day/week/etc better. WITHOUT EXPECTATION OF REWARD. 

What do I mean "without expectation of reward?" That means if you do something it is done with pure hearted intentions. You are not doing it in hopes of being called out for it. You are not doing it so you can post to your social media about it. You are getting nothing from it other than the feeling of being a good person and doing good to and for others. The person you put a blessing on could have a number of things going on with them. It is not for you to decide if they are "worthy" or not. You do the RAM and you go. If you need to say anything just say "Let me put this blessing on you. And when you can do for another." It is a very simple idea, a small gesture, a small token. If you have but only $5 to your name, but you have food, your bills are paid, you are ok, place that blessing on someone that may need just a few dollars. That is giving of yourself selflessly. Don't fret about the act, dont judge the person prior to doing it, just bless them and move on. Things will come back to you in abundance. But do not expect this either.  

Here are two examples of what I mean. The other day, I was out at Walmart with my friends doing some after christmas shopping. When I went to check out at the self check out lanes there was a lady there. Nothing special or out of the ordinary. But I began watching her check out. And my spirit wouldn't let me not watch her. Even though I was carrying on and laughing with my friends, one eye was affixed to her. She had a large stack of coupons and gift cards and what have you, and she was scanning items very slowly. She would scan an item, look at the total and go to the next item. I didnt see all that she was buying, just how she was scanning and watching the total. I kept observing this, and thankfully my friends are slow. I watched her look at a pair of shoes and put them back in the go back cart. She walked away. I walked over, looked at the price, reached into my wallet and pulled out $13.00 and I walked them back to her, handed her the money and said "here hun let me put this blessing on you" to which she replied with a shocked and stunned "are you sure, no i cant" to which I said be blessed" and walked away. I could hear her saying thank you, but I ignored her. I didn't want to make a scene or make her feel obligated in anyway. I could over hear her telling someone what I had just done and I hurried to finish my transaction so that I could get out of there quickly. One of my friends told their mom "Mom did you just see what Michael did?" and then it started with the whole "oh my god Michael you are so awesome" blah blah blah. I told them both "that isn't why I did it. Yes it was my last $13 that I had enough for my own stuff but that I felt that I needed to bless her and that we needed to drop it." 

Last year, before COVID sprang up like a monster and ruined our lives, I took on the project of collecting purses, and toiletries for the homeless. Starting back in July of 2019 I bought tampons, maxi pads, tooth brushes, tooth paste, antibacterial wipes, and had people donate me their old purses. Another friend of mine donated a case of brand new socks, and 2 cases of bar soap. A local business donated 200 personal disposable razors, and a local dentist donated a bag of mini toothpaste, and floss. And I got the Health Department to donate condoms. I even put together Clean Needle Bags, with antiseptic wipes, and 2 clean needles, just in case they were IV Drug users. Each month I took about $15-$40 out of my already limited budget, cut back on my personal wants and needs, and bought as much as I could. When November ended, I had enough items to donate to 53 people. In the grand scheme of things, it wasn't much.
I know that most people wouldn't have made up these little clean needle bags, but my father was an IV Drug user, and two of my cousins were and are too. So I know how needles get passed around, and how that whole lifestyle goes. I had the Health Department give me cards about the needle exchange that i included with them. If you have followed me on YouTube or on this blog for any length of time, you know that I only get about (now) $800 a month, but back then I was getting right around $760 a month. $675 of that goes to rent, $65 goes toward my internet, and the rest goes to trying to cover whatever I need through out the month. So I by no means "have it like that" to be giving to others. But I felt a calling to do so. I have learned to follow my inner voice/spirit whenever I have a calling, I have to follow it. Do your best, bless and be blessed!

Monday, October 19, 2020

Psyching yourself up for new changes


We all have changes that we need to or want to make in our lives, and sometimes just finding the motivation and the determination to actually start is sometimes the hardest part of the whole overall journey.

I have these grandioso plans of getting out of the house, and placing my foot on the beginning of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) which is a 2650 miles (4260k). I watch movies like Wild which is about Cheryl Strayed's personal journey on the trail. It has inspired me. I really want to see new sights and to undertake something like that. Just my short little 13.5 mile hike/walk on the Larry Scott Trail was a spiritual movement and a bit of a "holy shit" moment for me. So I can only imagine what doing something like walking the PCT or the AT (Appalachian Trail) or any number of other trails. 

I find that I have this burning wonderlust that is building inside of me. Clawing for a change. What type of change im not really sure. I hurt 95% of the time that I am out walking. Either my feet are killing me or its my back. But I am pretty addicted to the "high" that you get from doing so. I've started amassing a collection of hiking/camping/outdoor equipment. Started watching videos on how to dehydrate meals and leftovers for backpacking. Im watching with feverish bewilderment, YouTube videos from other hikers and backpackers and their thru hikes. Wanting to see, experience, taste, and smell everything that comes with being out in the wilderness, alone. 

I think that what I am going to strive for is to walk the 130 mile trek of the Olympic Discovery Trail that spans from The Puget Sound to The Pacific Ocean. Mainly because its "safe" and literally close to home. No matter where I am at on the trail, I would only be an hour or so from home. It goes through some pretty interesting areas. Most of which is city, but a good majority goes through part of the Hoa Rainforest and Olympic Forest. 

How much of this is just fantasy and how much of it is something that I am going to ever accomplish are totally different things. But I think that it is something that I could do. I just know that there needs to be a change in what I am doing, how I am living, and how I am feeling.

Maybe playing Moses and walking across the earth is what does it. Or maybe it fuels the fires of unrest and causes me to seek out new and more challenging feats.  

Sunday, October 11, 2020

An Unexpected Journey

So for the last almost 7 months I have been walking more and more and finding it rather enjoyable. I've never been one for hiking or anything like that. I've liked the idea of it, but putting that into the physical act of actually doing so has always been something completely different.

Just recently, I walked 13.5 miles (21.73k) from my town to the next. Now according to the trail signs, the distance is only 7.3 miles (11.75k). But Im not sure if that "as the crow flies" (meaning a straight line) or if that is how far it actually is. But 3 different apps that I have on my phone said that it was 13.5 miles.  Which trust me, either way, my feet and back were killing me. It was such an emotional and almost spiritual adventure. I have NO EXCUSE for why I did it. It quite literally just happened. The day that I went walking, I had it in my mind that I was going to walk to the 6 mile marker. Where I park my car and start walking is about 1/4 of a mile (0.042k) from the 7 mile post marker. So I have always done the trail just past the 6.5 trail marker. But that day like I said I wanted to see where Mile 6 post was. And it was on a part of the trail that I had never done before, so if anything, curiosity got the better of me.


So, when I came up on the 6 mile marker, I decided to "go a little further" to see where that part of the trial went. When I came to the bottom of a steep hill and saw a ranch style fence, I thought "ok i'll just walk up to that fence and turn around." Had I done that, my round trip would have been just under 4 miles at that point, because I had walked over 1.5 miles. But when I got to the top of that hill and caught my breath, I noticed that the trail was flat for as far as I could see. So I thought, "ok I wonder where 5.5 miles is." A few weeks prior to all of this, I picked up the trail from a different access point and walked from the 4 mile marker to the 5 mile marker. I called a girlfriend of mine and asked her if she would come pick me up if I kept walking because I knew I probably wouldn't have the strength nor the stamina to make the return trip to my car. And that I was going to keep walking until I couldn't go any further. So she agreed and so I continued my journey.


When I got to the 5.5 mile marker (8.85k) I realized that I had seen it before, and realized where I was from having walked it a few weeks prior. So that gave me a renewed sense of energy "knowing" that the next trail access was only a mile or so up from where I was. This is when things started getting a bit spiritual for me. As I was walking, and there really wasn't anyone else on the trail, save for a biker or someone running by every now and then, but for the majority of the time, I was all by myself. 

So I started talking to god/goddess/spirit/higher power/the universe/etc and asking for the ability to complete my task of walking further than I have. Now mind you, this is when the wildfires in California, Oregon, and Washington were really bad. The air quality was 289 (which is really really REALLY bad). And because I didn't plan on doing that large of a walk, I had NO previsions with me. Thankfully this time of year all of the Blackberries are in season and so are the wild apple trees. So every so often I would stop at a blackberry patch and grab a few handfuls and mush it around in my mouth. Not only for the sweet sugary taste, but for the juice to help with my thirst. So about 2 miles from where I started eating the blackberries, I met a wonderful lady who was mucking out her horse stalls. I stopped and spoke with her for a few moments, she offered to go get me some water, but her house was about 8 acres from where she was, and I honestly didn't want to stand around and wait for her. So I thanked her and kept on going. I then came to a green apple tree. I thought that it might be crab apples, which are very tart and kind of "woody" and not very juicy. I knocked one off the tree, because at this point I was starving because I didn't eat anything before going on my walk, because having to use the restroom on the trail isn't that fun, and I didnt have any toilet paper with me, so I didn't want to eat and have to deficate on the trail. But that apple was a wild Granny Smith. It was the most delicious apple I had ever eaten (at least right then while i was a bit dehydrated and hungry) that I actually turned around and got 5 more for the trip ahead. 


By this time I was at the 4.5 mile marker letting me know that I was almost to the trail access that I was going to have my friend pick me up at. But I started thinking "its really not that much further into town." So I kept going. By this time im an emotional wreck, and everything is making me want to cry. I had begun "unpacking" emotions and situations that had happened and just really doing some mental and emotional cleaning and soul searching. My feet were in pain, my lower back was numb from the pain. But I just kept telling myself to keep going. Honestly I have no fixed memory of what I was thinking about at the time. What feelings I was having. Nothing. It would come in waves, I would think about it and play scenarios out in my head and then move on to the next thought. They kept coming like waves, and it seemed like everytime I would come up for a breath I would get hit with another one. 

After I got past the 4 mile marker and saw the 3.5 marker I was completely lost. So everything at that point was new. Which brought on its own set of emotional tidal waves. I started talking to myself and the universe or whatever spirit or god wanted to hear me and listen to the ramblings of a fat man walking in the woods. At one point I came to a large tunnel that ran under a road that I had driven over many times before, but did not realize that there was a trail that went under it. And there was a breeze that was passing through it that made it feel like an air conditioner, which took my breath away because I was really hot. I just stood there for a moment, and cooled down.


Then walking through it, I noticed all the graffiti that was on the walls and had thought about my friends from California who are street artists and how they would have loved that tunnel and would have used it as one big canvas for something im sure that would have been worthy of an art gallery.

Just on the other side of this tunnel was a long stretch of forest trail that had the most lush and prehistoric looking Sword Ferns that I have ever seen. These have quickly become one of my favorite forest plants that I have come across. So as I was marveling at the natural beauty around me, and coming to an open field, something walked out onto the road and caught my eye. At first I thought that it was a small dog or a racoon or something like that, but it was an orange tom cat. As I approached it I thought that someone may have abandoned it out there. But as the trees began thinning and I got closer to the clearing, I could see that there were houses on either side of me, and that this little guy had a collar on, and a well worn trail where he had walked many times before. But trust me, I was more than ready to scoop him up and bring him home with me, even though Bella probably would have killed both him and I.

When I had walked about 1500 yards, I could see the highway into town. This of course brought tears to my eyes, realizing how close I was to the end of the trail, and thinking about how many times I had driven that stretch of road and never knew that there was all of this beauty and semi hidden trail. Walking under the freeway and realizing that I had less than 2.5 miles to go before I was at the end of my journey, I began getting really giddy. More street art adorned the overpass. 

When I came to the 2 mile marker of the trail, I almost lost it. Years prior, when I had first moved to Washington, I had walked to the 2 mile marker from the end of the trail, and realized that it was literally all downhill from there, but in the best possible way.  My thoughts and emotions were all over the place. When I came to the 1 mile marker. I started crying uncontrollably. I started talking to my dad, my grandma, and grandpa, telling them how proud they would be of me for making it that far, and for having done something like that in the first place. I could see my end goal in sight. I know that section of the trial all to well, as I walk it several times a month. When I got to the 1/2 mile marker I called my friend and told her where to pick me up. There was a part of me that wanted to keep walking. To keep walking past the trails end, all the way to the end of the road where it met the ocean. But I had kept her waiting by her phone all day, and didn't want to make her wait around for me any longer than what she already had.

As I approached the end of the trail, where it meets a parking lot. It felt like my steps were getting heavier and harder to make. Like subconsciously I didn't want it to end. That even though I was in pain, and numb, that I needed to keep going. But the spark of sanity that I had left told me that it was more of an accomplishment than I was giving myself credit for. Stepping off the trail, and walking to where I told my friend I would meet her, was difficult. Time was off for me. I kept having flashbacks to where I was, what I had seen, and to a smaller degree who i was when I started vs who I was when it ended. Yeah it was only a few hours, and several miles of walking. But it really did have that profound of an effect on me. Especially since the week before I was seriously depressed, and had being toying with the idea of just ending it once and for all. But here I was. I had accomplished a goal that I had set for the following summer, and had accomplished it almost 7 months ahead of schedule. 

When I saw my friends car pull up, I lost all control I had and began crying. She was more than ecstatic for me, and just as shocked as I was that I had done it. I kept my sobbing under control the best that I could, just letting hot tears streak down my face. My back was in spasms, my feet felt like they were broken. My shins hurt, my calves were cramping. But I had done it. I had made a trip that this time last year would have been impossible. 

Me after my friend dropped me off at my car, I was crying here but trying to hold it back

For days after my walk, I had what I can only describe as PTSD from it. I just kept having flashbacks to parts of the trail. Remembering things that I saw, the scent, the sounds. I have since started watching Trail Vloggers, and watching their journey's. And they all have said the same thing. That when they end a hike, that they get what they call "post trail depression".  I have now downloaded several hiking apps, that show all of the trails in my area, and their ratings. And I have also began stockpiling hiking gear. I've been walking with a school backpack with about 7lbs of stuff in it, just to get used to walking with a pack on. My friends husband, gave me one of his old hunting packs and told me that he has some other items that he was going to give me.

I have already planned my next "big" walk. Its just under 14 miles, and another one that I plan on doing next summer too. I would try to do it now, but its fall/winter here in the PNW now and i'm still not that experienced, and still need to build up the strength and stamina to do so. And plus it will give me some more time to get things together for it. 




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'Protecting' Psychiatric Medical Records Puts Patients At Risk Of Hospitalization 'Switch' Critical to Wound Healing Identified 1811 2013 4 Ways to Beat Back Pain 5 hour energy 500 calories A simple soliloquy a1c AA aarp ablum accessible wheelchair car acne acne light treatment acting insulin acu acupressure ADD addiction ADHD adolescent victims adults Adults With Diabetes And Limited Health Literacy Less Likely To Adhere To Prescribed Antidepressants advance advise advising afghanistan Aflac Age Matters in Weight Gain: aids airsoft album review Alcoholic Alcoholics Anonymous All IT Supported alltel alzheimers AM General American College of Gastroneterology American Diabetes Association American Express ami clubwear amiclubwear.com amputation android anger animis anniversary anti radiation cell phone technology antibody antidepressants not working anxiety app application apps arginine arthritis artificial artistic aspirin Assurance Wireless asteroid atherosclerotic lesions Atlanta Drug Rehab Center attack Avengers back on track back to school backup bad habbits baking banana george Banana Power bariatric surgery Barrett's Esophagus Baton Rouge battle depression bayer bayer breeze2 Bayer Contour USB bb gun BBB BE beating depression beauty become motivated before i die behealthy24.com Being sick totally sucks beta cells big blue test big foot Biomedtrics biosensor bipolar Bipolar bipolar disorder Birdman Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance birth birth defects birthday bladder cancer blog blogging blood glucose blood glucose levels blood pressure blood sample blood sugar blood sugar level blood sugar levels blood sugar monitor blood sugars blue shield Bluetooth bmi Body By Vi 90 Day Challenge body mass index bogo bogo. buy one get one free books bottom belly bracelet Brain Discovery Could Help Schizophrenics Breaking News breast breast feed breast feeding breastfeed breastfeeding brew Broadway budget bug out bugs bullied bullying Bums burn calories buy Caffeine Vape Stix by Energy Shisha california California Pacific Medical Center call center caloric needs calorie versions cancer candychang.com Cannabidiol cannabis car car loan. car; car loan; payday; payday advance; sponsored blog; guest post; carats cardio cardiovasular disease care cause cctv security dvr cd review Celebration celiac cell phone change cheap eyeglasses cheap glasses check into cash cheif chicago child childhood depression Childhood diabetes childhood obesity children cholesterol christmas chronic inflammatory disease chronic pain cigarette ciglites cigs clinical depression clothing coconut oil coffee coffee prevents diabetes cognitive cold colorectal cancer Comedy Central comfort food community compare computer Computer Services condos connections contour usb meter control cooking corn syrup cosmetics coupons couponten.com crafts creative outlook credit card cupcake cyber bullying daily caloric daily caloric intake dancing dark cloud david pulley Day 3 of taking Lexapro and Victoza day care daycare ddiabetes deals Death debate debit card debt decaffeinated coffee decreased gene activity deep breathing dementia Dental Work and Tooth Pain depressed Depressed Stroke Survivors May Face Triple the Risk of Death depression depression in preschoolers depression isn depression symptoms Despite Free Health Care developing diabetes development diabetes Diabetes / Diabetic News Diabetes + Depression = Increased Risk of Death diabetes exist diabetes foundation diabetes less diabetes management diabetes medication Diabetes Trials Worldwide Are Not Addressing Key Issues In Affected Populations diabetic diabetic alert dog diabetic cook book diabetic cure diabetic education videos diabetic epipen diabetic food log diabetic healing diabetic insulin diabetic logbook diabetic medical review diabetic research Diabetic Retinopathy diabetic shock diabetic software diabetic supplies diabetic. ebook diamonds diet digital camera digital logbook direct Direct Association Between Type 2 Diabetes And Obesity Found direct tv directionless dirve disability disabled disease disorders Disrupting Our Internal Clocks May Lead To A Complete Absence Of 24-Hour Bodily Rhythms And An Immediate Gain In Body Weight Ditto divorce lawyer diy mouse trap dlucose doctors donation Doughnuts down range Drexel University drinking drive drop out drug drug abuse drugs dry skin DSHS dvd e-cig e-cigarettes e-juice e-reader e-zines eastern medicine eating disorders ecigarettes Economics education Edward Norton effective treatments egg whites egg yolks electri vehicle electrical stimulation Electronic emergency emergency kit Emma Stone emotional employment empty nest EMR endocrine engraved medical id ereader ev everyone else eviction excess weight exercise exercise regularly exercise routines exterminators eye eye care eye disease eye glasses EyeBuyDirect eyebuydirect.com facebook fad diet fad diets family focused therapy Family Time fashion fatty acids favorite foods FDA feel fuller fire fish oil fitness Fitness Professionals Appreciate Online Continuing Education Options Fitness; Obesity; Diabetes; Molecular Biology; Mice; Biology flights florida Florida health kids program flu food Food and Dining food diary food network foods contain forgetfulness four more years free free android apps free diabetic wristband Free Stuff french fries fresh flowers fresh fruit Fresh Vending Machines fructose fructose corn syrup fruit full moon funeral Gadgets gangnam style Gastroesophageal gastroparesis GE X500 Power Series genes genes linked to bipolar GERD gestational diabetes Gestational Diabetes Patients Will Develop Type 2 Diabetes Give Aways giving glasses glooko glucagon Gluco(M) Glucofact glucose glucose levels glucose log glucose management glucose meter gluten free glycemic control glycemic foods glycemic index glycemic indexes godaddy google gout grain foods green tea group guest blog guest post hair loss happy Happy Birthday Hello Cupcake It's Me happy birthday to me :) happy holidays Harvey Birdman hba1c health health benefits health care healthier fast food healthy healthy foods healthy lifestyle healthy snack hearing loss heart heart attack heart broken Heart Disease; Cholesterol; Stroke Prevention; Diseases and Conditions; Chronic Illness; Heart Disease; Cholesterol; Stroke Prevention; Diseases and Conditions; Chronic Illness; diabetes Heart Disease; Cholesterol; Stroke Prevention; Diseases and Conditions; Chronic Illness; stroke Heart Disease; Cholesterol; Stroke Prevention; Diseases and Conditions; Chronic Illness; Vioxx heart monitor heart on my sleeve heart problems heart rate heath and beauty hello hellocupcakeitsme.com help hemoglobin Her high blood sugar high school High-Fat Foods May Be A Factor In Glucose Control hiv hiv1 hiv2 hobbytron.com holiday holiday's home security alarms home testing Homeless Homeless Shelter Homer Simpson honda hospitalization Household Income Affects Chronic Disease Control In Kids Humalog Human IPSC Humor Humulin R U-500 hunger hungry hurt on the job hyperglycima hyperglycimic hypertension hypoglycemia hypoglycemic hypoglycemic episode iBGStar Blood Glucose Monitoring System Ice Cream Image improvement including mufa foods infection infested infographic information injury inspriation insulated bag Insulin insulin injections insulin patch insulin pump insulin shot record insurance claims internal medicine Interspecies Transplant investments ios ios 5 iphone iphone 4 its iTunes Iwerkz Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard Review Jenna Mables jewelry joann joann fabric and craft store joint pain Journal of Alzheimer's Disease juwait Keek kenguru ketoacidosis occurs kicking the habbit kid kidcare kids Killings kindle kindle fire kitchen counter kombucha Labor and Industry Lamp;I lantus Late-Life Depression lawyer learning issues legal help Lexapro LG Rumor libido life lifestyle changes light box lincoln Link Between Creativity and Mental Illness Confirmed in Large-Scale Swedish Study Lipohypertrophy living loan Lone Star College Shooting loneliness lose weight losing weight loss plan lost low blood sugar low glucose levels Low income cell phone low income glasses low t low testosterone lower glucose lowering lowering glucose levels Luminaze lung health lyrics lyrics of depression Mainframe Support makeup managing diabetes Manic marijuana market mary lambert Master Card maya angelou Maya Angelou dead at 86 me meal plan meal prepping meals require medflash media / television medicaid Medical medical condition medical help Medical Review Medical Studies medical studies. medicare medicare part d medication medicines meditation melody road memory loss men's health Mental Health mental health issues Menu menu options merry christmas metabolic syndrome metabolism metabolites metersync blue miami Michael Keaton microstimulator military minimum purchases mission d.a.d mission dad Mixed Results On Computer-based Support For Diabetes mobility money money saving moods motivation mourning movie review Movie Reviews music music thearpy musings/thoughts/ideas must have MV-1 n-3 Fatty Acids Nanoparticle Suspension and Ultrasound Deliver Insulin Without Regular Injections natural home remdies natural suppliments need needing help needles needy negative thoughts neil diamond Network/Community networking new app new baby New Jersey's Universtiy of Medicine and Dentistry new medication New smart contact lens could monitor glucose for diabetics Nick Jonas night lights nissan no insulin Nook Tablet BNTV400 Review north aferica nova nordisk Now that the holidays are over obama obama phone obama wins 2012 obese Obesity obituries OCD ODD Oil Pulling Olycap omega-3 onetouch online magazines online medical records optical zoom optical123.com Optimus ERM optogenetics oral health oral hiv test oral swab oraquick overcome depression Oxygen paid marketing pancreas parental depression parkinsons passing Paula Deen pay attention payday payday advance paying kids to attend school pedometer personal food chart Personal Post pest pests photography pills ping plam beach county Plays poet port townsend positive thoughts Postpartum Depression pot prayer pre-owned pre-school pregnancies pregnancy prepper prepping preschool prescription president prevent complications prices processed foods product Product Review products Progress Project 1811 project rudolph proline promo codes promotional Promotions psoriasis Psy public health publich education purchas questioning quit smoking raisins reaching out real butter real-estate really scare rearrange recipes Record red meat red wine reefer reflux regenerate regular exercise rehab remodel research resistance resource resources retail therapy retinopathy revamp review Reviewing the Vapourlites Blueberry/Strawberry E Juice revitalift rich foods risk roller coaster russia rx s.a.d sadness safe sex safelink Safelink wireless sale salt Sandy Hooks Elementary School Schooting saving money savings scar school School Shooting schooling seasonal affective disorder Seattle self diagnosis self help self love self medicating senior resources seo sesame seed oil sex Shindigz Coupon Code Shootings shopping shot record sick side-effects simple tips SIN TAX Site Review skin care skin tags skip meals skipping meals sleep sleep apnea smaller meals smart car smart cars smart phone smoker smokes smoking social media social security sodium software sore throat sores south beach south beach diet spiral notebook sponsored sponsored review sponsored; lawyer; family; legal; issues; sponsored/guest post spot removal. ssi Statin Labels stem cell stomach pain stoner stop smoking store stress stretch marks study submit submitted substitutions successfully lose weight sugar free sugar levels sugary foods suicidal thoughts suicide Supplementation Of Alternative Fuels Could Protect The Brain During Hypoglycemia support surgery systemic inflammation taboo tai chi take out tax tea tech teen teen mental health teens television temporary mood test animals test strips testicle testicular cancer testing testing supplies testosterone thanksgiving the learning company the lines project. #thelinesproject thearpy therapy thought Three Devastating Statistics of Diabetes Medical Malpractice title to write love on her arm tone Tosh.O toxins Tracfone trained professional transaction travel treatment trend diets tribute to my father triglycerides tsa tweets twitter twloha type 3 diabetes type-1 type-2 type-2 diabetes U.S. Medicare Part D Can't Explain North-South Disparities UK News ultra long acting UMDNJ underlying reasons Undiagnosed Pre-Diabetes Highly Prevalent in Early Alzheimer's Disease Study unhealthy unhealthy foods up and coming artist up and down upcoming holidays update uric acid usb value of a dollar vape vapor vapourlites vendor Veterans Day Video violation violence Visa Visiting Your Doctor Following ER Care For Chest Pain Reduces Risk Of Heart Attack vitamin d vitamin deficiency walking walking chart walnuts contain washington water waterski weed week in review Week of learning weigh yourself weighing yourself weight weight loss weight loss chart weight loss goals weight loss plan weight loss program weight loss success weight loss tips weight slowly what is it What Your Skin Says About Your Health wheel chair wheelchair whipped butter winter blues womens health Work Out workman's compensation workout X-Men x500 xanax Xenotransplantation Young people with diabetes dying due to lack of adequate healthcare Yourtel youtube YouTube Internet Sensations Then and Now

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