I mean, I guess? Not much has been happening, other than juggling visiting family members and looking after Tag. Yep, the boy is still kicking. I took him to the vet for a checkup, just to get the “status of things.” I admit, the visit was more for me. I can’t tell how much the… Continue reading update?
I haven’t written because a tidal wave of cumulative emotional fuckery has hit me in the past week. Usually I write when I can find some beneficial perspective or something funny about it. I’m getting there, but this is all I could come up with so far– Perspective: I’m fucked up emotionally right now, but… Continue reading Finding the funny
I’ve spent a good amount of the past few days in bed. This is my life now.
I had a moment today. I caught myself about to repeat a behavior that on its surface doesn’t seem destructive, but when considered in the context of my life and personal history, isn’t great. I had been chatting with someone who is now an acquaintance, and who I had distanced from and set to acquaintance… Continue reading Reminders
A quick recap of the past few days as I haven’t written in a while: My dad and his fiance were in town over the weekend, and it was nice. There was the usual amount of clashing personalities, plus my recent discovery of Tag’s cancer kind of put a damper on my mood and thus… Continue reading The stress almost broke me. Literally.
Like any idiot human, I Google things when I’m scared. No matter how many times I tell friends and family not to Google things, I always do it when I panic. So naturally I’m looking up tons of information about all the possible types of cancer that my poor cat might have. It’s helpful but… Continue reading The Internet is Terrible and How I Boiled My Own Hand
It’s interesting: I’ve been following the Daily Prompt for a while now, but have never been inspired to post. Then “Control” pops up and it’s just so, so relevant. If you scroll into my past posts, you’ll see that I used to have two cats, one of whom passed away in January from lymphoma. I… Continue reading Control is a Myth