Blogging From The Road: Sea Isle City
Well, we’re on our way to Sea Isle City. We’ve been on the road for almost two hours and still have roughly 40 minutes to go. The GPS says well arrive in SIC around 9:31 am.
The ride hasn’t been as bad as I anticipated. Although, I could really use some Dunkin’ Donuts or Starbucks mixed with some lovely Kratom right about now. 😍 I only have about 3/4 to 1/2 a bag of some 30g Super Indo Kratom left which will only last about a day and a half.
I must admit, Kratom really does help with depression and fatigue when I can afford it. I have to thank my bestie Jazmine for the bag that I do have. I plan on doing a post about the benefits of Kratom and mental health some time in the future.
I am so excited that we are almost to SIC. Like I mentioned in my last post, I am looking forward to this vacation this year more than previous years. I still don’t know why. I guess I am also kind of hoping that a change of scenery to something more peaceful will help kick this depressive in the butt the rest of the way.
Unfortunately, I did have a panic attack within the first 45 minutes of being on the road but that was because they were doing construction or something and the road was like those cattle shoot things. I am unsure of the technical term, but I’m sure most people will get what I mean. Those freak me out so bad because I am always worried about the vehicle I’m in crashing into the tight side walls even when I am just the passanger. (Which I am right now.)
I am still going to have to write out a few articles while on vacation, but that’s okay. 👌 It will help me pass the down time, because what is vacation other than a lot of down time 😉.
I’m loving it! I can smell the ocean air now! There is just something so relaxing and soothing about it 😍. I am definitely going to be posting some pictures! 📸
Well, we are now about 15 minutes away! 😁
Until Next Time..
Samantha is the author of "My Bipolar Mind: You're not alone," she is also a freelance writer, blogger, and mental health advocate who runs and manages her own mental health blog MyBipolarMind.com.