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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by heltershelton, Nov 4, 2020.
Got that hangover with the racy brain and anxiety? Chamomile tea works for me.
When ever I'm hung over and anxious I take hot baths too, really hot, like you look like a lobster when you get out.
I’m Irish, I’ve never had a hangover in my life. At least none that I could ever remember.
Well, if you never sober up ...
This too, will pass. It won't be fun but it will pass.
Hang tough, brother
Uh oh, a P.U.I. Posting under the influence.
I found out last year that my #1 Strat (Best friend of 15 years) is a more dependable friend than any person I've known. I literally spent months playing my Strat through my HR DeVille (shimmering cleans) with a delay and a reverb. Spaced me out, calmed me down, and allowed me to leave my (at the time) B.S. world behind for a while. If I got angry, I'd plug my Hellraiser into my DSL40C and cover drop tune metal songs, but my Strat was my anchor. Not having anyone to talk to sucked (my frustrations stemmed from a girl who just up and left me with no warning), but my old Strat was there, listened, and spoke to me in its own special way. I owe that old girl a lot. A guitar really can be the best friend you need when you need one.
With all my wife's doctor's appointments we get our share of socializing, of course we wear masks. I'm headed out for a follow up appt. on my eyes right now. I talk to my neighbors almost on a daily basis. I say mask up, get out there and talk to folks or even hit the closest wally world for a laugh.
Take all this with a grain of salt from me.
Hang in there man ... a Telemarketer will call soon .
Jim Beam kept me up at night. So one night, I decided enough was enough and I kicked the crap out of him.
Something to remember is that alcohol is a depressant. More booze, more depressed.
How you doin'?
I do not talk to fellow humanoids much myself.
It is, but it also puts a racing mind at ease. It's a terrible thing to have to choose between the two.
Hey Kelly. You alright? I missed this earlier this week.
Understood, completely, but self-medicating isn't a path to being ok again. It can certainly be a tough battle, every night.
Agreed. But you couldn't explain that to me when I was doing it. I wouldn't listen.
I understand that, too. We're wired up that way, aren't we?