Monday, October 3, 2022



                                                  WELCOME BACK!

I am sick as I type this post, but I will not wait another seven months to finish this. I am not sure what happened. Well, Life, that's what happened. I was going through some tough times, if I must be honest which is the point of this blog. I will walk you through the past months to get you up to date. 

First of all: HAPPY MEAN GIRLS DAY! I had other plans for today, but instead, I spent the whole weekend in bed, sick as a dog. SO NOT FETCH!

                                                      Now, let's get to The Fast Times of Adrian's Year 2022.

HoneyCreek State Park, April 26 2022

Let's open up with the BFF. Another year stuck by me.
As many of you, or some of you (who knows who reads this, if any!), she and I have been homies since our freshman year in high school. Time passes by, but we stay young.

The picture to the right shows an Adrian in a dark moment. Thankfully, friends always know when you need them the most. 
The day before my birthday and my plans fell through, but she was right there to help me through it even when she doesn't know she is. 

OG OM Peeps, July 2, 2022
LaSalle, Martha, April, Peggy
(missing Jenna) 

Through the dark moments I had, I managed (I pushed myself, more like it) to get out of my house for other reasons besides going to work. Even if this was to say 'see you later' to one of the most influential people I have ever met - April. As of right now, she is living the life out in Alaska, and along with husband, I know they will do amazing things.                  


Day One of Sobriety
July 22, 2022

As I said in the beginning, one of the factors in the rough times has been addiction and the road to sobriety began in July. We are three months sober and my marriage has steered back to where it should be going. It has not been easy, it is a one-day-at-the-time struggle, but we are doing our best and helping one another to get us back on track to be the power couple we know we are. 
I have had help all along, professional help I should add. I am a huge advocate for mental health and I cannot stress enough how much of a privilege it is to have insurance. Please take care of yourself. There will be times and things you have to do in order to care for yourself that will feel selfish, but take a step back and reconsider, is it really? The answer is no. I will go into more detail in another post, if you are interested in my journey to self-care.

The rest has been a crazy ride and trying to stay healthy and surround yourself with the best you have.

Prioritize your loved ones.
Coworkers turned friends.
Reconnecting with family.


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