Trying to enjoy a sense of not *having* to do anything, which is hard for me! Yesterday my dad came through so we went for lunch and coffee, and I popped in to buy milk, and the relief that after that I could just veg out – hmm!
Today I’ve got a counselling session, which will get me out in the sunshine enjoying a little exercise, too. I plan to go into Lush on the way back, and spend my gift voucher as a wee treat. Also half-thinking about using the pizza offer, but – hmm, we’ll see. Thought about going first, for lunch, but it’s nice to just have a lazy morning (!).
Otherwise, about the only things I have to chat about are books and TV Tried an episode of Outcast yesterday, but it was a bit too much horror, and the first 10 minutes failed to grip me. Instead, found Big Little Lies to be absolutely gripping, so am a couple of episodes into that and started the book, too! I usually want to read the book first, but I’ve only got a week before the show is removed, plus it’s kind of interesting seeing what they’ve changed.
Day before I’d also started watching Happy Valley based on the BAFTA win. Between those two shows, I thought last night I’d go for something a little less full of sex-and-violence, only to find the most outrageous scene in all of Grantchester! Eeep! 😉
Yeah, think I’m drowning myself in fiction for a bit. Wonder if I can turn any of that towards writing? SL’s colour-coded spreadsheet just sounds so cool…! 😉
Other plans include catching up on reviews, and a birthday card – I know I’ll be ‘let off’ if I don’t get ’round to it, but I can at least try. Would be nice to get back into the hobby, tbh.
Oh, and I’m also trying to find some small strength exercises. The hope at the moment is with all my time more or less my own, I can explore what I can and can’t do a little more freely. This *will* also include trying to reset my sleeping pattern – I think I’m staying up ridiculously late almost on purpose so that the tiredness feels more understandable, but it’s quite silly, really! Can I add outrageous eating habits to the ‘fix soon’, list?! Hmm!