I made it through my first flight. It wasn’t that bad. The people next to me were polite; the people behind me were loud and obnoxious. I’m halfway through my layover already. I had to walk from gate B to gate F. I wasn’t in a rush, so it was no big deal. Plus, it’s always nice to be able to stretch your legs after a 4 hour flight.

The rest of my layover and my next flight should be no problem. Then I get to see my mom! I’m hoping not to have to take another Valium, but the airport is extremely busy and starting to make me nervous and it is starting to be overwhelming. I’m not sure if I will take it or not, but at least I have it if I need it.

I can do this, positive thinking, keep saying it. It helped last time, it sure can’t hurt.

4 thoughts on “Layover

  1. Happened to come across your Blog and found it interesting to read all that you have to go thru. Even though I don’t really know that much about Bipolar, I’m learning by reading what you have to say. I feel for you and all you endure. I hope for you that your medication helps. It seems that it does. You be well, girl. I am watching and learning at the same time.

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