Here’s what happened in my life over the past week:
- I had my first migraine in quite a while last weekend, and honestly, I have no idea how people with frequent migraines manage to not just crawl into a hole and die.
- I took my car in for an oil change on Monday. I’ve noticed that in that kind of situation, COVID makes things easier. There’s no expectation to pretend smile, because masks take care of that, and things are quick and to the point.
- I spent some time pulling together stats from my blog pages. I notice post stats because they’re right in front of you, but I very rarely look at my page stats. Anyway, as a result I decided to delete a couple of pages and shuffle their content around. Now that that’s out of the way, time to do some writing, as there are fewer posts in my schedule folder than usual (usual is 14+), and more than usual in my drafts folder
- I got a rather amusing comment on a post from quite a while ago on the ACT life compass, an acceptance and commitment therapy tool for looking at how you’re doing in different areas of your life. This person had their knickers in a knot over that fact that I’ve accepted that I have treatment-resistant depression, and that I’m A-OK with having online-only social connections and no intimate partnership. Perhaps this was one of the toxic positivity crusaders, in the virtual flesh. How dare I not have a unicorn horn up my butt!
That’s Oreo under Casper’s wild and woolly hair. You can’t see her head in this picture; this is all baby got back.
Here’s Peanut doing some editing work on my laptop.
How has your week been?