It turns out that I don't have to be a parent all weekend! What do people do for fun these days? I'm super out of the loop. My big plans include... Writing some papers. Getting my hair done. Studying for finals. Grocery shopping. Didn't that sound fun? I lead such a wild and crazy life.
I'm not the best parent, but I try to keep promises I make to the boy. Today, I let him down. The FIRST Robotics championships are in town for the next few days. Seeing as how the tickets are free, I told him we could go. He's only ever wanted to be an engineer when … Continue reading Day 123: Let Down
Today's post is a little late and I apologize. I was gardening in the rain. It's an amazingly good time. The ground is soft and it makes transplanting much easier. I'm rejuvenated.
Hey! You! Yeah, you. Have you taken care of yourself today? Showered? Taken your meds. Gone outside? Stand up and stretch. Right now. Go on. Twist a little. Don't forget your neck. Now go and get yourself a glass of water. Drink it all. Refill your glass and drink it again. There. Don't you feel better? … Continue reading Day 121: Reminder
I feel awful, physically and emotionally. Today was quite hard for me. I hope nobody wants me to leave my room for the rest of today because I have bad news for them.
I have having to work on days that are pretty like this one. It warmed up again and the sunlight is being a very strong distraction. It's not fair, I tell you. Maybe I can work outside for a while?
My knee feels better today. I'm glad I didn't need to go to the hospital and I can get back to business. My little world is expanding creatively. I've started submitting my writing in a few places. My little podcast is starting to feel like a real thing and not just something in my head. … Continue reading Day 118: Grind
See what I get for being nasty to people? I somehow managed to really hurt my knee today. Seems like I twisted it while walking downhill. I've developed a limp and I can barely put any weight on it. I'll be spending the evening with Ibuprofen and ice. Don't be like me, friends.