I encountered a baby today. I still think they smell weird and that it is my duty to disinfect everything they touch. Someday I’ll understand the appeal of human babies and let myself birth one. That day is not within 5 years.
I’m following my cat’s example today: only move when you want to do nothing in another place/position. Or to find food. And I’m soaking it up while I can let myself. It’s good. Very good.
Oh, and I finished the Chaos Walking series and its short stories. Not just very good. I have sufficient vocabulary to explain, but I’d rather go keep reading more books by Patrick Ness or just more books.
I was told by someone I trust that The Miracle Method could help with some of the neck and back pains I’ve been having. I’m also getting back into yoga as of last Wednesday. I’m really putting trust in this person though because, like some yoga classes and podcasts, the book is challenging my ability to keep an open mind. If I like some of the exercises, I’ll be super pleased because I can easily integrate them into my weekly exercise/not-be-a-stressed-mess routine.
I’m turning into a crazy old cat lady. Like, what is my back even doing? Though I’ve always been a crazy cat lady.
But seriously, my Mokona is freaking adorable. I just moved and holy cuteness. She has more hiding places while things are temporarily complicated. And I got her a new litter box. Note to self: it is always worth it to spend extra on a nice covered one. (Mokona much prefers it.)
I get a break from school! I substantial one! One that lasts like 2 whole months!!! As of like 1:30pm yesterday, I just have to worry about work, moving, some paperwork, starting my plan for next year, looking for an internship, contacting some important people…
I swear this is better. Most of that will be done in the next 2 weeks.
I’m knitting right now and it’s not stress knitting.
So obsessed with Mamamoo. I am loving their performances for Mr. Ambiguous.
She has purple hair!
Tell her I love her hair. She seems really cool. ^_^
Mokona did this in her attempt to get the paper out of the printer (and to another piece of paper I later discovered. Usually she blocks stuff from coming out, but this time she had to attack.
I’m not even mad. She chitters at the printer when it’s in action. Double-sided printing intrigues her. Loves printers, still neither loves nor hates the Star Wars toys I bought her. She is truly my cat. (I like Star Wars. Maybe I’ll get to love when I watch them all without interruption. For now, I know I love Star Trek and I’m okay with that.)
After my midterm today, I’m going to read Wolverine: Old Man Logan. Eddie, look! I’m reading a comic book!
I also learned how to play zombicide like last week and a version of Dungeons and Dragons.
So. Much. Fun.
Knitting a blanket.
My biggest problem when working on a group assignment is choosing the correct option of the following two:
1. Do my part and the parts that I don’t like that my group members did because they’re wrong. No discussion.
2. Discussing with the group member(s) why I think they’re wrong and making them redo their parts (if necessary), and just doing my part.
I always choose 1 like an idiot.