Like all of us, I have monthly tasks which need to be completed. Things like paying the bills, laundry and such. I feel good when I get them done, yet I put most of them off as long as possible. Kind of like changing the litter box. But it needs to be done no matter what I want….
So, I got the bills paid. I got some shopping done (my list is still very long), and I did a load of laundry over the weekend. I still have a lot of stuff to do. I got laundry change today, so more laundry is in the future. I didn’t get oatmeal at the store, so I still need breakfast cereal. And the litter box needs to be changed – again.
I completed an online course. I’ll take a break this month. I have 3 more classes that I signed up for, but I need a break from the computer. There are still a lot of “To Dos” on my list.
I feel better not spending days on Facebook anymore. I was wasting time, getting upset and having anxiety attacks. Not worth it. Instead, I’ve tuned out the news pretty much completely, tuned in to a small group of friends, and turned my energies toward something more productive.
I was able to crochet several rows on my current project, and I’m vegetating my newest story in my downtime. Like I have any downtime.
My body is a wreck, but my mind won’t quit. It goes a hundred miles a minute and I try to write down as much as possible as I go.
New classes at MPCC this month – only one still a possible – PowerPoint. Starts next Tuesday evening. If no attendees, then I don’t have a class this month.
We are looking into what other classes people want. A suggestion was made for “Basics of the Internet” – where to start and – more importantly – where to end? I guess we start with how to go online. Connectivity is a big deal. Then, e-mail. Then, Social Media? Or how to search? Downloading, uploading, file sharing, the cloud, MS 365, etc. So much to be covered. Not sure about it.
Do you see why my mind is always going?
Add the questions of life and death: why are we here? Is there a God – and if so, what does s/he want from/for me? And you get the idea. Then ruminate on the past, dream for the future, or fear it if things don’t change….