Question of the day (28th April).

Hi guys. πŸ™‚

Here’s another little series of questions, this time about different kinds of things that we are doing. The first one I have for you is:

What are you thinking?

My answer:

I’m thinking that I’m soon going to sleep, or to bed at least, and then hopefully to sleep, and that I’d like to have Misha with me. I am also thinking about a great deal of Welsh learning that I did today and am glad of it, I mean of my hard work at least, not much of the results, but I think they’ll come with time and I guess they aren’t that very bad, as the stuff I’m doing is really quite tricky.

How about you? πŸ™‚

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10 thoughts on “Question of the day (28th April).”

  1. I’m thinking about the to-do list I need to first write and then tackle with a million little errands on it: get car’s oil changed, get replacement filter part for fishtank, etc. I’m also excited about the KY Derby, which is this Saturday! I always play the ponies!!

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  2. I’m thinking that I need a cup of coffee! And I’m thinking how shocking this show I am watching is, its about crimes that took place in ireland! I probably shouldnt watch it as it is reinacting the crimes!

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    1. Hope they’re not too unsettling for you. I am usually not easily scared by reading or watching crime stories/shows, but often when I watch something like that at night I do feel a bit uneasy. Enjoy your coffee if you’ll make it. πŸ™‚ I so regret that I had to quit drinking it recently.

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    2. I had to quit coffee because I have recently figured out that it was contributing to my anxiety and jitteriness in the mornings, if I drank coffee I would usually feel worse in this regard, so although I love coffee to pieces, now I try to really restrict it. It’s kind of tricky though as I have low blood pressure all the time and coffee used to help me with that. πŸ˜€

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  3. I’m thinking soon my daughter’s principal is going to be dropping by, she is bringing us two meals from a fundraiser someone donated tickets for. Except I didn’t have gas in the car to go 20 miles there. Scumbag brain says it’s a ploy to see if my kid has a fit home since I am known to be very poor at housekeeping.
    Then I am gonna be thinking, my belly is full, it was a nice gesture for the principal to think of us and deliver, and I will look forward to sleep. And continue to obsessively think about their evil plot to prove me unfit by coming into my messy safe space.
    This current dysphoric state as I quit Lexapro and start Abilify combined with wacko hormones has me feeling really truly clinically insane in my perceptions.
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    1. That sucks you’re feeling so horrible, I’m really sorry to hear that. Well it’s nice that she’s going to bring you meals, but if she has indeed such a hidden motive as you say that’s pretty awful, everyone would feel awful being controlled like that. I hope she realises how difficult it is to be a parent and have a mental illness like you are. And in any case I hope that at least you’ll enjoy your meals. πŸ™‚

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