good and bad.

faith | despair.

How does one feel good and bad at the same time? I can’t figure it out. Either I’m doing well or I’m not. How can I be doing well and not doing well at the same time? I don’t know… but that is exactly how I feel.

I have a headache. I think maybe I’m dizzy. About 10 minutes ago, I felt good. But now I feel bad. I feel a little anxious and worried. About what? Your guess is as good as mine. Yet I still feel good. But also bad. And good. And bad.

It’s well after midnight. Maybe that’s part of it. Maybe I’m tired. Okay, I’m definitely tired. But this isn’t a normal feeling for me… good and bad at the same time. I can’t even list what’s good and what’s bad. I mean, I could try but then I’d be comparing which list was longer and I’m pretty sure that wouldn’t end well.

Sigh. I am so confused. Which goes on the ‘bad‘ list.

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About what sandra thinks

Sandra began writing when she was a sixth grader. She is a teller of stories through poetry, fiction, and tales from her own life. And she thinks too much. Read, think, enjoy, laugh.
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10 Responses to good and bad.

  1. I hate the sleepless thing. Mind racing, jumbled brain, just won’t shut up. Glad to hear there’s a bit of good mixed in there though. That’s good. Right?

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  2. Meghan Tregellis says:

    At least it’s not all bad. And wide awake but tired might be contributing to the bad. Since I’m seeing this the next morning, I’m hoping you got some good sleep!

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