We're heading into Halifax this morning. I have my final appointment with the doctor who should be able to tell me if I have ADD or something on the autism spectrum. This will be our fourth session. I had to wait two years to get in to see her. Hopefully, she'll be able to tell me what's wrong and there'll be a medication to help. I've always felt so removed from everyone. It's rare that I feel part of the group even within my own family. And it's always been like that. And there's been other things, too. I've always been different. And not really in a good way.
While we're in the city we'll do our grocery shopping and then we're going out to lunch. We go to a buffet place. The food isn't too bad but it is expensive. This is sort of an anniversary present.
I rarely get into Halifax although I lived there for 11 years when I was growing up. I can find my way around most places. I've always loved riding the buses when I'm there by myself. I've always loved travelling on the buses. Ours are reasonably clean and there's hardly ever any problems with the other passengers. And there's also the ferry that runs across the harbour. I like to sit up top in the open. Maybe this Summer I'll run away for a night while the kids are at camp.