Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by jacktrash, May 23, 2015.
Suck: Tired tired tired.
Rule: I put my hands in dirt! :D
Bad: so much executive dysnafu that I've ended up finishing my bachelor's thesis literally around the midnight of the last day before deadline. It's taken a couple of semi-allnighters.
Good: since I am a honey badger made of star iron it will be handed in on time.
Bad news: I had a weirdo ask me to have sex. Yuck.
Good news: clean up from the party yesterday is gonna be a breeze!
bad: I still need to organize like five boxes of books
good: I made samosas today and my parents liked them!
Bad: my boobs still hurt too much for even sports bra level binding
Good: writing cute things
Bad: ~*~ follow for more soft meltdowns ~*~
Good: classes don't start until 2:30 in the afternoon so I can sleep in as much as I want tomorrow C:
Bad: I am so tired. Recurrence of self-doubt and nerves. Scratching my head nervously again. For the first time not looking forward to my birthday because I feel like I didn't deserve it and I have little to show for my progress.
Good: my airconditioner doesn't smell like vacuum cleaner anymore.
Bad: Current spoon level: I considered eating a pop tart for dinner and decided against it because it was too much work.
Good: I did a Social and got to see a friend I haven't seen in more than a year.
Bad: finally got sick, and I don't even get to use it as an excuse because I don't work tomorrow :c
Good: sat on back porch and listened to a wonderfully rumble storm. Rumbly storms are like hugs for my soul.
Good: finally scheduled doctor appointment
Bad: they gave me a ton of paperwork to fill out before my visit
Bad: my parents, as I noted earlier, are ridiculous. i've got the red quadrant down better than them and not only did I start earlier but i've been doing it for a quarter of the time.
Good: new dice! poutine! 8D
Good: so cold. so, so cold. 10ºC/50ºF. so cold. so good.
Bad: i woke up with a scratchy throat 8^|
Bad news: stayed up/missed meds for second night in a row. Head feels like it's full of helium and I'm a little shaky and can't move too fast or I feel sick.
Good news: I AM MAKING A THING. I might actually finish something for the first time in... some three years.
Bad: stress about moving from one friends couch to another, when both want me at their separate places when I just wanna live alone
Good: I got to see my kid sister for the first time in over a year.
bad: i'm so fucking lonely
good: I won a game against a friend and apparently I had great strategy :D
Bad news: can't leave house
Good news: Wearing my binder and looking great
Bad news: I've got a headache and I'm bloated.
Good news: IT'S THUNDERING! It's poaring down hard and the lightning strikes are coming closer and closer. I'm so excited!! :D
Bad news: I am trying not to lose it and burn my work to the ground with these stupid ass customers inside.
Good news: I have cookies
Bad: Boss #2 is on bed rest and that means that I am going to be working at least one twelve-hour day this week.
Good: Money? Money!
suck: anxiety off the rails due to graduation coming up + not knowing when my next therapist appointment is and not having psyched myself up enough to send an email and ask bc she's on vacation and i don't want to bother her. (this is an irrational and bad excuse. i will get it done. hopefully tomorrow.)
rule: i've been understanding super much french recently and it feels like i've really made a breakthrough, which is absolutely awesome! also my grades don't suck, which is good because graduation, and i'm learning sign language with my moirail for reasons of basic communication even when verbalizing (is that a word?) things doesn't work, which has been really fun and cosy so far.
Bad: Neither of the gas lawnmowers in the garage will start--looks like they need carb rebuilds.
Good: While digging through the epic mounds of crap I found a really good push mower.
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