Well, I bought two books yesterday. And had a real beer in the evening. So, not desperate, just an appropriate level for the ‚current situation‘, I guess.
I did sleep well and for long enough which meant I did yoga and meditation but no morning pages or fiction writing. (See stress level.) The boy got up in time to hunker down in front of his computer for distance learning.
I did walk to the optician to give a glasses case back that they lent me last week. Since I passed the nice bakery on the way I got really good bread and Brez’n. Then off to the health food store.
When I came back it turned out that my husband had tried to reach me on my phone but there is no reception inside the store so I didn’t know. The good thing was that I actually got the things he would have asked me to. They weren’t on the grocery list but I remembered them anyway. Win!
We had beans and rice for lunch:
I used my long break to help the boy with writing emails, finding out how to get a corona test so he can meet with a friend of his and eating chocolate. Then there was teaching.
I started writing this post, skipped strength training and ate Brez’n in front of the TV before going to bed. The end.
It’s interesting, I really love spending most of my time at home with my favorite humans but right now I’d really like to go and see new places and new faces and such. Well, I’ll deal. I might end up with too many books, though. (Okay, who am I kidding, I started out with too many books.)
Today there will be the running and the teaching of many, many students. The boy will distance-learn until he has to be at the school for his physics test. It’s all a bit strange at the moment.
Oh, and the two books I bought were „Let’s talk about it“ by Erika Moen and „Hounded“ by Kevin Hearne. I had pre-ordered the comic as soon as I saw it would be coming out and someone tweeted that book four of the ‚Iron Druid‘-chronicles was on sale (only in the US, alas) so I looked that up, saw that the first in series only cost 2,50 €, remembered that I had read the sample and liked it and bought it.
Never say that Twitter isn’t selling books, those two both came from reading tweets as did the free book I bought the day before. And yes, I should probably establish a new rule of never following book links anymore but I’m weak.