I hated picking up last night. Seemed far too obvious, 5pm in a city car park. Oh well, it's done within 5 seconds of him whizzing up to me on his e-scooter. But I didn't spend 5 seconds worrying about it. Try 5+ hours before this even happened.
Been playing Phantasy Star Universe with Zak Mon-Wed. We only jump on voice chat for an hour or 90 mins. So it doesn't eat into my free time so much that I get stressed out or resentful about doing it. With winter nights I'm tired a lot quicker. But I'm waking up at 5am instead of 6am now. So I give myself more free time in the morning.
Wake n bake Tue, Wed and this morning after breakfast. I sit at my computer after. Sat on my comfy crocheted rug that Kristy's mum made for us one Xmas. It's comfy to sit cross legged on all day. Then I sway, oh how I sway.
I've been making more scheduled posts for my art page. Made more Krieghund memes. I will make more in the near future. I like how creative I feel in the mornings recently.
Yesterday just before work finished I was so stressed out. Focus and ability to do much was out the window. Hasn't been a productive week at work really. I'm still caught up - but after 2 weeks of hammering out a lot of work, I guess I feel highly unproductive at present.
Dropping the keys off to the estate agent today. Taking a 10 min lunch then leaving 50 mins early. Means I'll get back to my parents early tonight too. Say goodbye to the house, maybe take a few farewell snaps - or maybe not. Truth be told, as much as I idealise the thought of a "fond farewell" the house was a compromise. It wasn't the location or the kind of place I wanted to live in. And I've been checking in on the house multiple times a week for months. I guess it's not so much of a fond farewell as a - "let's get this over with, now pay me" kind of scenario.
7 months...what a long time to feel lost in limbo whilst waiting for solicitors and all the malarkay of having 5 people in a house purchase chain.
Feeling ok this morning, asides from bodily aches. But I don't feel too stressed out by any of my usual triggers. Let's see how we go from here.
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