Sunday, March 29, 2009

Thankful Sunday

Another week has rolled around yet again, and we're back to Sunday night.


As you may have seen by my earlier posts, I had a rough week this week.  It's been really hard to kick the black dog into submission after having some shitty things happen, but I feel I'm starting to turn a corner.

So, what am I thankful for?

I had a great time at the BTUB (Brisbane Twitter group) meet up at New Farm park yesterday.  The lovely @shique organised to have cupcakes for us all to snack on, and boy were they gorgeous!  Just take a look.
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Pretty special hey?  There were also some amazing red velvet ones, and anyone who knows me, knows I love red velvet cake!

Of course, I had to go for the cutesy pink one with the cherry on top that you can see there.  But of course, as well as the cupcakes being delicious, it was great company.  I enjoyed seeing a few of the folks I'd already met, and meeting a bunch of new ones.  I took my girl @lilabris with me so she could meet some of the BTUB community too.

I am also thankful for the people in my life who support me and stick by me when the black dog hits.  This week, particularly my friend Miss E (she knows who she is!) who encouraged me to go out for dinner on Friday night to lift my mood, and listened when I had a good vent.  But also the friends who commented on my last blog, or left me messages on Facebook and stuff.  It really does help!  And I know it's not easy to have a friend who suffers depression.

I think I need to leave you all with a little more cupcake porn hey?

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5 comments:

TribeRingers said...

Happy to hear you are feeling better.

And ROFLMBFAO about cupcake porn!

And it is true, the little things people do mean a lot, just a simple hi,how you doing work wonders.

Nerd of the Library said...

YUM

Being Brazen said...

Wow, such pretty cupcakes

Flibbertigibbet said...

I have a real thing for making cupcakes, my friend is opening an appointment only vintage bridal boutique and I am using this excuse for a reason to have to bake cupcakes for every appointment. That might get old very fast.... we'll see!

I've suffered with depression since I was barely into my teens, it's one of those illnesses that is often hard for an outsider to appreciate, so when you have good friends that are there for you it seems like such a cause for celebration. However, we often forget that we can be just as good a friend in their time of need.
Which I feel is very true in your case x

Sleepydumpling said...

Thanks Flibbertigibbet. I try to be, sometimes I wobble about it, but I do try.