Cried

Sep. 25th, 2017 12:03 am
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When was the last time you cried?

about 5 minutes ago, because my poor dog.

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Music Monday

Sep. 24th, 2017 11:59 pm
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20. A song that has many meanings to you:



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87F - 65F : Sunny

Sep. 24th, 2017 09:45 pm
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Today animal control came to our house and told us that the delivery driver complained to them that our dog bit him. Although it was clear that he had not been bitten and had just sustained a minor scratch, because he claimed he had been bitten there was nothing anyone could do, and our dog has to go to quarantine, at our expense, for 10 days. This happened once to my mom's friend and it cost her $300. I don't have $300 lying around! I mean, yeah, things just got a bit better with Kevin's promotion, but not enough better to take a $300 hit our first half-month of it. We're still playing catch up. There are two trees down in our yard since the hurricane, and we can't pay to move those, we both needed new tires because of nails that had them completely flat, and we put that on a credit card we can't pay off, And I just don't know what to do.

Kevin is busy writing negative reviews of his employer. I wish I thought they'd get him fired.

I'm fighting off panic at the price tag, and anger that the animal control agent said he clearly wasn't bitten but there's still nothing they can do and anger that he is slandering my dog (but my dog probably does not have legal standing in a court to sue him - which Kevin won't let me consider doing anyway). And desperate sadness because my dog is going to be locked away with no one to love him, and he's not going to understand why he doesn't have even his sister with him for the first time in his life. And I'm afraid if he's in quarantine they won't be able to let him go outside throughout the day. And basically, my poor dog, who did nothing but try to make a friend he thought was playing with him.

Otherwise, I was supposed to go to the zoo today for gorilla day, to do arts and crafts activities with kids. I emailed two people to ask where to meet and neither of them got back to me, so I didn't go. I did wake up to check my email on time to have gone, but I didn't go. I'm really annoyed about this because it means I either need to spend more time in flamingo plaza as a greeter, or I have to find other events to sign up for. I should probably look in next month to see when these events might be. Yeah now I'm signed up for something called "Boo at the Zoo" on the 21st. If I don't get enough hours by then, I'll finish up then. It's by the orangutans which I actually know something about having studied them as an anthro major in college.

I don't remember if I mentioned this here or not, but 23andMe is doing a study of people who have been treated for either depression or bipolar disorder, and in exchange for your DNA they'll send you a free ancestry and health report. So I mailed off a vial of my spit to help with that study and find out whether I should be chasing this Polish guy or the English guy on ancestry.com. There are also rumors in my mother's family of some Native American ancestry, which it will be interesting to find out of that is true or not. If you've been treated for bipolar disorder, you can click here to get in on the same deal I did - but time is running out. The depression study is already closed.

I opened a loot pets box today to see if I'd get some kind of a toy I could send with Jack to quarantine, but Kevin wound up really liking the toy inside it (which was a borg cube), so we gave it to Rogue, who will not destroy it instead of Jack, who will.

Names

Sep. 24th, 2017 12:04 am
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What would you name your kids if you have any?

Astrid May for a girl, I don't know about a boy. Kevin likes the name Astrid, and I do too, but it's really his choice. May is my middle name, my mother's middle name, my grandmother's middle name, and my great-grandmother's middle name. So it's really important to me to keep that.


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90F - 64F : Sunny

Sep. 23rd, 2017 11:33 pm
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I woke up just in time to eat breakfast before I had to leave. Today's adventure was the zoo event. I got to the volunteer check in table and they sent me to the room where the mascots would be dressing so I could guide around a mascot. I waited until an hour after my shift started, and the guy for the flamingo costume never showed up, so I went to get Sarah, who told me to just go in and enjoy the event. I talked to one of the docents somewhat about the elephants and their plans to expand the elephant area and maybe get a bull so they can have baby elephants. This led into talking about pregnant Qinu the beluga at Georgia Aquarium.

There were stations to get wine, beer, and food all over the zoo. I wound up getting one cup of sparkling mango wine, and then eating the food. It was good. I couldn't eat two of the things because they had seafood, but I got some steak, and a piece of a taco and some donuts. I discovered that it's impossible to see the gorillas with wheels - there just isn't a ramp onto the observation platform. So that made me sad, especially as there was someone with a microphone talking about gorillas up there, and I would have liked to listen.

I wound up watching the elephants for a long time, and the sun bears, and the pandas. The sunbears were clearly distressed that it was past time for them to be off exhibit and behind the scenes doing whatever they do there. They were pacing in front of the exit to their exhibit and occasionally jumping up on it like "let me in!" I kind of understand - it was 90F and they're black bears. But they're from Malaysia, certainly they should be used to hot weather? The tortoises were off exhibit with a sign that said "even Atlanta can be cold to a tropical animal. Check us out starting in late spring" - did I mention it was 90F out? Certainly that's not too cold for anything that has an outdoor enclosure in Atlanta?

I started driving home, and Kevin called to tell me he'd ordered me dinner from someplace we'd never eaten at before. So, I came home to dinner, and when I answered the door, the dog ran past me, and jumped on the guy with the food. He started jumping and screaming, which of course makes the dogs think he wants to play, so they're jumping and barking too. I collect my dogs and my food, and start to close the door and he's out there with his pants leg pulled up yelling "ma'am, ma'am!" so I peek out the door and he says "do you have the peppers?" I have absolutely no idea what he's talking about and he keeps gesturing to his leg asking for peppers. I finally say, "I have no idea what you want," and he says, "fine then I'll call the cops!" Since there was not a mark on his leg anywhere, and I have no idea why he wants peppers unless maybe he wants me to pepper spray my dogs, I tell him, "you do that then," and kick the door closed. Why do people who are afraid of dogs take jobs as delivery drivers? Honestly, get a job as a cook or something where you don't have to interact with people or dogs if you're afraid of dogs. Anyway, I'm seriously stressed out because I don't want him to report my dogs to the police.

Alternate Metal

Sep. 23rd, 2017 02:21 pm
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Although it could be, this is not a post about zero-point energy space travel.

Well.  My plague has been brained by problems lately.  I woke up at 415am, and then again at 6am, still not shaking off the bother.  But, I took my dog out at 6am, and incurred more idiocy from the crazy guy inside.  I went back to sleep and woke up at 9am.  STILL, my head was an ant farm.  Pain, and also strain.  Nevertheless, I pushed myself to achieve today's ideal.  The plan was to leave before 10am, and not only walk to the farmers market, but then to walk to the farmers market BEYOND.   It was a fucking long haul, on an increasingly hot, humid day, alors.

Got ready.  Took my dog out early and he crapped which was great.  Then I began the long walk.  I had to strip down to a white tank top.  After I got $10 from the bank, I went down to farmers market #1 - the usual one.  There is a woman there who sells me kale and so forth.  She is older and over weight.  But she kept plucking at her bright T-shirt as we talked.  I don't know whom of you, out there, understand the hell of being a man.  But, most of the time, I cannot talk to any female without her starting up, thinking god knows what.  I cannot simply be nice and open and communicative with a female without this happening, and then I get blamed for, "leading her on."  I'm pretty fucking tired of it, especially because there is apparently no female whom I find attractive within 50 miles of this place.  All the attractive people have emmigrated from Illinois, or else to the college towns.  And everyone is eating crap and getting fat like Mamma Cass.

So, then I made a walk towards farmers market #2 - the one BEYOND.  (On the way, I stashed away my little haul, to pick up on the way back).  OK - unlike the previous market, and the one downtown, THIS market had more than a paltry four tents.  THIS was what a farmers market is supposed to be!  Damn!  Finally.  There were at least 20 tables there, maybe a million, with a vast variety of stuff - including a coffee table which even had decaf beans.  I sauntered in my hurried cosmopolitan way, comparing offerings to offerings.  The farmer creaturs always stepped up to talk as soon as I looked their way, which was annoying, but this was truly country.  As usual, the country folk were respectful and friendly with me.  Which, you know, in our exploding world, was pretty stupid of them, right?

Yo, this tall, gothy girl started running around in the crowd, screaming.  And pelting her self.  "Bees!  Agggh!!!"

I realised what was going on right away.  And more-so.  It took some farmers a little while to realise that this was all because of bees.  OK, fine, a little slowness is fine.  But then this black farmer guy - actually he was a BBQ guy - comes out and starts trying to draw attention to himself by shouting that the bitch is crazy - CRAZY!  Yowl haw haw!  Shit!  (And, I guess this will make me want to buy his stuff?)  Meanwhile, he was like, walking directly into my way - and then AGAIN even when I tried to get out of the way.  What I should have done was put him in his place and shouted, "She has a fucking disability, you fucking jackass."  But, no.  The locals sit better with this below-radar BS than with the point-blank truth that will call it out.  They still believe in the 1960's classics, and all that, and I would have been stoned as a NAZI.  fts.

There was a big box van there, holding a bunch of girls, all about, "Love your Smart Meter."  (It was at farmers market #1 a week or two ago).  One girl was peering out the window and eying me.  That's pretty much the best of my day, lol.  Anyway, I despise Smart Meters.  Just so you know, I am supposed to be posting to you about my own smart meter incident at my local residence, a week or two ago.  Just so you know.

Then I turned back and walked.  Picked up the little stash, and then realised that I now had so many veggies that this was ALREADY a cumbersome load.  Let's see, in total, I had this: 3 large tomatoes; a pound of broccoli; a bunch of kale; two bunches of chard; two large eggplants; two packs of Brussels's sprouts - pretty heavy.  Then, I shopped at the store to buy wine, mushrooms, fishy things.  Some little black boy focused in on me.  He watched as I left, all ladened down, up and past the great Starbucks.  This is one of those formulative instances where a man moulds a kid into being a man - an independent man, strong, adventurous, car-less, and ready to collapse.

Finally, went into supermarket for just one thing: GF Beer.  (Theoretically, I am supposed to space out my alcohol until the end of the month).  I walked, heavilly laddened, a long ways back to my place.  One of the toughest treks this year.  But, I force myself through this each year, because it is good for me until it's not.  There were a few physical problems.

I watched, "Snowden," for the third time, last night.  the first time I saw this movie, I teared up and slobbered in the movie theatre, when it got near the end.  The second time, at home, nothing.  But #3 - I was glad to be welling up yet again.  So, I count this movie way up there in my personal favs.  Add Snowden to the list of amazing earth-movers who have been inspired by Thoreau.  THINK FOR YOURSELF.  Anyway, in this movie, the star does what really appears to be a good job of his own stunt: falling out of an army barracks, and breaking his leg.  As Snowden, he was told that, "This is what happens when you carry an 80-pound sack on a 150-pound body: your legs splinter up," etc.  Well, I weigh less than that, and I sometimes carry about that, if not more.  So.  God help meh.

I am such a man, I drink vinegar.  I drink vinegar that has been sitting in a metal cup for days, imbuing and imbibing all the metals in that cup.  Indeed, I do this precisely so I can drink up the dissolved metals.  I have written about this magical mug before.  It is some kind of metallic composite, with a little note attached to it, "You can drink your beer out of this mug, and get traces of wonderful metals!'  I mean, if that isn't marketing to crazy madman101, then idk wtf is.  To top - or bottom - it off, I have a silver dollar in the cup, so it will shed silver eventually into my system, and cure me of ills forevermore, (hopefully not to turn me blue).  Before you espy me with asconce, know that this actually works, at least a tad-some.

But, my beloved mug started ecreting water to the outside.  Eventually, I saw some little hole in the bottom.  And all of the lower innards were seriously eroded and crumbled.  Kinda cool.  So, now what I want to do is to find a way to submerge my mug in (ACV) vinegar, in some glass container, so I can keep drinking in the metals.  I tried an old 10-cup Mr. Coffee decanter but this was too small.  This mug does not have all the metals anyone needs.  But it is the best I can do, especially with the silver.  I wear gold and this is the best I can do in the gold department.  To those of you who are not completely blowing me off: these things are really important(!)  Modern agriculture has robbed you of all these minerals.

I got that mug as a gift, within my family.  Probably the best thing ever.

So - on this so-called subject...

There are times when I am struggling to recover from the great brain injury that CFS doth incur...  And, sometimes, when I am pulling out, I find that metal-type music can be very helpful.  So, I think metal can be a good thing as, e.g., one is trying to come out of a marijuana buzz, and so forth.  Also, there are many tones and styles that sometimes can help my brain, once it is past the worst stuff.  However, just so you know, none of any of this is curative of the BIG/main stuff.  It can only help to bring me back to where I was, when my brain is ready for it.  OK - that's about enough for now...

Crush

Sep. 23rd, 2017 01:36 am
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Write about your first crush. Who was it?

I don't recall ever having a crush on anyone I knew in person, because I seem to have always recognized that that way lay sex, and I wasn't interested. I did have a celebrity crush on Jonathan Brandis, and his character Lucas Wolenczak from seaQuest DSV, which was probably my first and only crush in a way that you'd actually think of as a crush.

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90F - 66F : Sunny

Sep. 23rd, 2017 01:07 am
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I woke up at 2 this afternoon because Kevin woke me up taking a shower. He was working from home and apparently decided the way to deal with this was to wake up at the moment he had to be at work and then take a shower on his lunch break. We got subs from Jimmy John's which I was able to shove in my mouth just in time to walk out the door.

Stop one was my therapist's office. Traffic made me a little late, but since it was apparently a 60 minute appointment instead of my usual 30 minutes, that was fine. We talked about goals, and talked about writer's block. She basically wanted me to look at what I have accomplished instead of what I haven't accomplished.

I came home and talked to Kevin for half an hour before heading out to my father's house. I got to my father's house a little early and he was in the shower, so I entertained myself with his dog until he was ready to go. Tonight's adventure was the Temptations and 4 Tops concert. Of course it's more like Temptation and 4 Top because only one man survives from each group, and they've filled their ranks with younger men. I thought the concert was alright, but the 4 Tops for some reason were singing everyone else's songs. I mean, I know you could fill an hour with 4 Tops hits, but for some reason they played Mack the Knife, and My Way and several other songs that I didn't even know that weren't their songs. My dad was pretty disappointed, and he wasn't alone - people were leaving the concert in droves. Our entire aisle emptied out before the end of the concert.

I got home at midnight, and talked to Kevin for an hour since the dogs woke him up barking when I walked in the door. I immediately took my meds, as I had forgotten both at lunch and dinner (since I never ate dinner), and I was starting to go into withdrawals. I'm still clenching my jaw and pretty uncomfortable, though it's starting to get better.

Hair

Sep. 22nd, 2017 12:22 am
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How do you do your hair/makeup? Why?

It's long and curly. I just brush it. I don't do makeup. Because I really couldn't give a flying fuck.

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89F - 66F : Late night thunder

Sep. 21st, 2017 10:32 pm
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The bad decision train left at 4am, with me too tired to stay up until noon, and with too little sleep available to wake up at 11, so I didn't get to temple this afternoon. I did temporarily wake up at the appropriate time, but then I was like "there's no transliteration in the books and you stumble too much to say the prayers, so you won't get anything out of it anyway, and you'll have to park across the street which will be a hard and painful walk and your back will hurt before you even start standing up to pray. So I talked myself out of it and went to sleep.

Kevin called at 11 and said he was done with work for the day because he has to work Saturday. Then when I woke up at 2 he still wasn't home. Apparently he called Brian and wound up going out to lunch with him, and decided I wouldn't know because I'd be at tmeple, so he didn't tell me he wasn't coming straight home, and I was very nervous by the time he came home. Now he has two days of working from home, plus he gets to get off early on Friday (next Friday I think not this Friday), to make up for the hours he did work today.

We talked a little bit, then I went to Panera to meet Tia and Klepto. I wrote over 1000 words on my Star Trek short stories, and then started reading DW for about half an hour because my brain was just not having any of it. My brain had better get over this not having any of it by November because I'm relying on a successful NaNoWriMo to finish my goals for the year. I think it'll be better when I have a novel I'm writing instead of the short stories. I hope.

Came home, read LJ, read my bat mitzvah portion over again - the first half of it came easier, the second half came harder for some reason, even though I know most of the words in the second half of it. Read my Bible, and generally prepared for the end of the day.

Anyway, Shanah Tova to the Jews, and Happy Mabon to the pagans, happy Friday to the rest of you.


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101 Update

Sep. 21st, 2017 12:10 am
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Progress This Week

Go to 30 meetings - Went to a dance practice tonight

Post 100 situations prompts to AO3 - Another one is posted.

Fill a second 100 situations with a different fandom - Wrote 2 more prompts

Learn 30 new things through wikipedia - I learned about Brezhnev's legacy.

Take golf lessons - one more week in the books.

Listen to 90 other podcasts - I listened to an episode of Backstory on myths and legends in American history.

Read the entire Bible - Still in 2 Kings

2 people

Sep. 21st, 2017 12:08 am
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Two people you want to be with right now.

Dylan and Yves. I guess one of those is actually possible, if I call and make some time.

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92F - 65F : Sunny

Sep. 20th, 2017 11:19 pm
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I woke up inexplicably at 8 this morning. Despite this, I did not go to PSWC. I was pretty lazy until time to go to my dentist appointment. I spent some more time in bed, and on the internet. Then I went to the dentist. It was not as horrible this time as last time. At least, I didn't leave bleeding and crying. I set up a return appointment, and an appointment with the actual dentist (the VA one person does cleanings and another person does X-rays and other stuff). Every time I go in this woman "discovers" cement on my teeth from my braces that I had 20 years ago. And tries to scrape it off, each time unsuccessfully, but with lots of the scraper skipping off of it and going into my gums.

Also, I really want to know what the receptionist's job is there though because when I asked him to check me in he's like "check in at the automatic kiosk" and when I asked him to check me out he's like "check out is around the corner" So what the fuck is your job dude? You're working awfully hard at not working there.

If I had had brains, I would have brought my laptop and went to a coffee shop, but I don't have brains so I came all the way home, and sat online for an hour then talked to Kevin for an hour, then went back to Decatur to go to the SCA meeting. There was a business meeting at the beginning of the meeting, where we talked about upcoming events, most of which I am not going to. I don't think I'm going to any more events this year, actually. I may change my mind and go to Red Tower in 2 weeks, but they aren't having any classes, and I don't think I can shoot long enough to make that a whole day activity. So, I don't really know what I'd do with myself.

After the meeting we had some dancing. I danced with Ximon, and Justina danced with the dance Mistress, but I don't remember her name. Also this cute little 3 year old girl danced with Justina and they were adorable. The list of dances for 4 people is small, and I think we did most of them.

Then we went out to dinner at Imperial, where I had a burger and Mac and Cheese. Never again with that mac and cheese. The top was burned, and I made the mistake of stirring it so the burned pieces mixed in with the good pieces, and it was just disgusting. I picked at Deborah's french fries, which were better. We talked about travel, and the military, and I'm not really a fan of discussing the military. It's a thing that happened, and I'm glad it did, but I'd rather not talk about it. They were talking about family members who refused to talk about military service though, and I was like "sounds about right!" For what it's worth, my grandfather, who was a mine sweeper in north Africa never spoke about it either. Until he got Alzheimer's and thought he was living it.

L'Shanah Tova, y'all.

What are you reading Wednesday?

Sep. 20th, 2017 12:14 am
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What have you just finished reading?

The Mathews Men: Seven Brothers and the War Against Hitler's U-boats by William Gerouxby - I don't understand why this book was called seven brothers, Mathews is a county, not a family, and the book was about a much larger segment of society than seven brothers. Nonetheless, it was a fascinating look at a mostly forgotten part of WWII, and men who had a higher mortality rate than every military branch except the marines.


What are you reading?

One Way or Another by Annette Laing - No progress this week

The Jews of Khazaria by Kevin Alan Brook - I wonder if part of the reason we have so little information about these people is that they competed with the Russians, and eventually, the Russians won? I'm only 28% of the way through this book, which is surprising because he never references the idea that he'll introduce more evidence after chapter 8 and I'm already on chapter 6.

2 Kings - There's a lot of murder and death going on. I think it's succession wars?

Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink - This book is more oriented towards businesses than I was expecting. It's still interesting, because it talks about ways to motivate people and stuff, but I am not the intended audience.

Dream Date

Sep. 20th, 2017 12:03 am
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What would your dream date be like?

I would go to a beach and talk and then go on a dinner cruise and see dolphins jumping while we ate good food.

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89F - 66F : Sunny

Sep. 19th, 2017 10:40 pm
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Today was not a very good day. I had a horrible nightmare last night, and woke up exhausted. I only stayed up for 30 minutes before deciding to go back to sleep. Then I woke up 2.5 hours later to the alarm. It was time to take the cats to the vet. I trapped them, and shoved them in carriers, which they were very vocal about expressing their hatred of. We drove to PetSmart for our 3:00 appointment. When I left, at 4:30, without having been seen, the 2:00 appointment was still there and hadn't been seen either. I had places to be so I set a new appointment, and left. Now I have to traumatize the cats again, next week, and I'm sure when I put them in carriers they think they're going to get dumped back at the pound because that happened to them several times before we got them, and more than half the times of their lives they've been in a pet carrier they've either ended up at the pound, or a new home. So I'm sure they're scared shitless of this whole process. Of course, I would never get rid of my kitties, but they don't know that.

So anyway, then I went to meet Klepto at Starbucks. I wrote about 500 words in an hour and a half, and then decided to come home and take a nap because my brain was not cooperating. I slept for about 2 hours, then woke up and read the internet for a bit.

Tears

Sep. 19th, 2017 12:01 am
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Are you good at holding back your tears?

Nope

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A Friendzy

Sep. 18th, 2017 09:36 pm
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My friend Ben is hosting a friendzy!

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90F - 64F : Hot as hell

Sep. 18th, 2017 07:04 pm
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Woke up at 8:30 this morning and read yesterday's LJ and DW entries. Then I had a chat with Frankie, Sarah, and Kali. That lasted until 1 when I went to golf. We had a different instructor today, and he paid some attention to me, although he still paid more attention to Lisa, even when it was just me and Lisa left (everyone better than us went to play a couple holes of golf, and the classroom dunces stayed behind on the driving range to practice). It was hot out. One of the hottest days of the year. Too hot to be September. It's only 4 days to fall. I demand hoodie weather. But instead it was 87F out. Bill and Kevin, the BlazeSports people, made sure everyone drank lots of water. I moved on to using the driver today, but still only hit the ball 25 yards or so. Although, it's hard to tell how far it went because there are no markers on this range. I have to say I prefer the range near my father's house, because it has markers to show how far you hit the ball. I'm assuming 25 yards because it was the same distance I managed with the sand wedge and that was measured at 25 yards at the range near my father's. Kevin said if I want the ball to go farther, I have to move faster, but when I try moving faster, I miss the ball altogether. At any rate, I'm beginning to doubt I'll ever be ready to go out and play golf. I am particularly downcast at being one of the two dunces left at the end of today's practice.

After practice, I went to meet Adie for bat mitzvah tutoring. She had printed out my Torah portion, and I read it through several times. Then we talked about different ways of learning the singing part - I can either try to learn it from her singing it, or through learning the cantillation marks. I think I'll probably try to learn from her singing because I remember songs I haven't heard in decades. I don't remember things I learned to read, like Cyrillic. We're not meeting next week because it's between the High Holy Days, so I have two weeks to learn to read my portion. Next week golf is going to be in Stone Mountain with some famous football player who is going to help teach us, and then take us out to dinner.

Came home and the trash people still hadn't come. I filled another bag of trash, and brought it up to the curb. Fed the dogs, and now I'm not sure what I'm going to do with myself.

88F - 64F : Sunny

Sep. 18th, 2017 09:30 am
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Sorry I didn't write yesterday. I slept literally until 5:45, woke up, went on a walk with Donna, came home, ate dinner, and was back in bed by 8:30 and just woke up. Although I did wake up for a little bit around midnight, I fell back asleep within an hour. So apparently I needed sleep.