Source: Staples eReader Department
Now I know I could, in theory, read the Bible in 27 hours. Or War and Peace in 20-some-odd hours as well. Neither of which I will probably ever do. 1.7 books before having to recharge my Kindle, which seems pretty accurate!
Thanks to samarov for these sketches of Erika Wurth, Megan Stielstra, and D. Foy reading last night at the bookstore. The event was co-presented by curbsidesplendor and vol1brooklyn and hosted by Jason Diamond.
Just got “Where To?” at work today and could not be more excited to read it!
Depression is a mental illness. It doesn’t always have to be triggered by something extreme,sometimes it just happens because of little things building up over time. The thought that you are not allowed to be depressed if you have had a traumatic experience is one put I your head by people who don’t understand mental illness. Please, reach out to someone. Get help.
This is what every person, ever needs to hear! I remember thinking I couldn’t be/shouldn’t be/wasn’t allowed to be depressed because my life wasn’t that bad. So many people had it so much worse and were “fine.” When I opened up to a few people I thought really cared acted like I had not right, rhyme or reason for being depressed. To them, I’m sure I was just being dramatic or ridiculous.