I don’t like busy.
I do like space and fresh air.
I work too much/with too long of a commute/at the wrong days and times to get my freedom from busy and get the space and fresh air I need.
Being inside is the thing I hate most about working full time. And that when I do go out, it’s on the weekend when everyone else is out, which doesn’t recharge me, but makes me more tired.
I hate that my local council is doing some pop up food truck thing at beachfront locations to … I don’t know, develop … something? If you need a commercial incentive to visit nature then you’re doing nature wrong.
My creative hobbies are selfish. I don’t want to write for others. I don’t want to photograph for others. Then I’d have to pay attention to grammar (boorrring) and editing photos (snooze fest).
Being restless and needing downtime often coincide for me and it’s the most frustrating feeling.
And when I’m in a mood like that, I often don’t choose, then make myself and everyone around me more miserable because I trap myself in indecisiveness.
I am grateful for finding my new car. Already it is changing our lives. When Ben has bad pain days he can still leave the house because it’s not as painful to get into the car and it’s a much smoother drive so the normal bumps and movements of driving that cause pain are far lessened.
The timing and price of the car are things I think I will be grateful for in the long run too.
I keep wondering why I’ve got six bucks in my bank account. In my head, I haven’t spent much this fortnight. Haven’t been anywhere or done anything. Of course what I am forgetting multiple times a day is that I spent over $100 at the chemist when I had the flu on prescription and non prescription items to help me manage the severity of my symptoms.
Also here’s a photo I took on Saturday nights of the fireworks at my local show.
What have you been up to? Anything above you relate to?