I am saying what i want on facebook, go ahead and punish me for it by putting me on probation for 2 years sca, the people who took what i wrote and twisted it and then used it against me – way to go shitheads, this is why no one wants to play in your barony. No one can trust you. Pastors are not exempt – they are worse than the rest. If they are with the gang they ignore your existance but, claim to love you and be your friend. Then lie to your face. No thanks. And as for your trolls – fuck you. FREEDOM OF SPEECH I will be doing another cull. SCA folks say goodbye. I have had it. Took me 5 years to show people I’ve changed, i got to play and do things – and a handful of people pissed all over me out of fear because they were the ones who made the decisions, and they were wrong. but, they ganged up on me and made me the fool. thanks.
Bullet Journals: A journal with color, to do lists, tracking and more. But, when you have a disability, are home 24/7/365 days a week, you start to deteriorate. You stop showering - why bother you aren't going anywhere; you stop brushing your teeth - whose going to know? You stop exercising because you hurt, you stop doing the cleaning - why bother no one is coming over. So what good is a bullet Journal (Bujo) going to do? For the disabled, Why should we track anything? Why does it matter? Well for me, I have learned that I need to stop giving up, stop giving in, stop worrying about being alone all the time and focus on what I can control. What can it do for me? Sure, I'm broke (physically and financially), but, there are things I can do for me. And that is where the BuJo comes in. I am using my BuJo to remind me I am worthy of taking the time to do the basics to take care of myself. Today I added what is called a "habbit tracker" to my bujo. Some of these items seem common place but, for us what is common isn't necessarily our common. On this tracker I put: Shower (cause 8 days wo one....), Brush Teeth (dragon breath), Get Dressed (cause my neighbors are tired of seeing me walk the dog in pjs) walk the dog for longer than 2 minutes, drink water, eat breakfast (how many of you do not eat it?), take insulin (why bother? i'm in pain and dying slowly anyway), etc. These things will help me take care of myself better. I've also joined two writing groups that give you a challenge everyday. This is not only improving my calligraphy, but, it's giving me a reason to get out of bed. It's a start! Bullet Journals can be used for tracking exercise, movies, books to read, etc. But, I think using the habbit tracker for Mentally and physically disabled people is a great tool. It helps us to remember we are worthy of good things, we can do things without anyone else, we can take care of ourselves in small ways that allow us control. So get a blank paged notebook, some colored pens and pencils, a black pen - go to pinterest and put in BUJO, and start your own bullet journal and know you can do it.