Monday, December 13, 2010
I've finally found the right balance of meds, and my therapist has me enrolled in an intense bitter management program. One of the steps in that program is to write a Christmas letter that is profanity-free and focuses on the positive, so here goes.
In May, we relocated back to my hometown of Chicago. This is positive! It made me very happy! We have a beautiful new home in a cute suburb with an awesome school district. There is absolutely nothing bad that I can say about that!
Audrey started preschool in the fall and we are thrilled with the program. It is all good, as the kids say! You can see from the picture that she has really grown up this year. And if you are noting that her left cheek appears to be a little rosier than the right, it is not all because she had 1/2 of her face chewed off by a Norwegian Elk Hound just before Halloween. Not at all. She is flush with the glow of the glorious holiday season that is upon us! Just more so on one side than the other.
I sincerely hope that nothing bad has happened to any of you during this past year. Thank you for your consideration.
cc: Dr. Thaddeus Fink PsyD LCSW LMFT LMHC LCPC
Posted by Lynn at 5:57 PM