It is most definitely not for me.
I moved to Atlantic Canada and I miss nothing more than fall in New England. There is nothing like it.
I’d like to meet more people but with COVID still raging, and the place I’m living being more conservative (low vax rate), I’m not there yet. I used to belong to a gym and take spinning classes; that was my community pre-COVID. The university has a gym and I will at least try it out once their proof-of- vaccine… Read more
Very lucky, indeed.
Yes. I left the top of a rotted green pumpkin on my little garden area thinking it would decompose in the snow. Instead the seeds sprouted so I left them. I have 3 growing.
This is the biggest compliment anyone has given me, ever. Thank you. I’m in my early 40s now and I think I’ve hit a point where I am out of fucks. When it comes to men, I’ve been alone forever and am really comfortable with it, so someone being attracted to me isn’t all that exciting anymore. It used to be the most… Read more
God I love your perspective on this! I am so inspired by your ability to see your patterns and change them. Seriously. This is major work you have done on yourself and it’s paying off. I need to take this into my own life!
You are so welcome! Everyone needs to see happy faces these days. They're in such short supply.
Oh, those faces! Thank you!
That is an HR worthy event. Do not touch thy coworkers, especially in the Time of Covid. Ooo this makes me stabby.
The most important thing that happened this week is that Darwin made a friend. Her name is Holly, and she will be coming with her person to my brother’s apartment a few days a week to keep Darwin company since everyone is back working and going to school onsite.
It’s been forever since I’ve posted on SNS. Any fellow teachers out there? We’re starting back on Wednesday, and I’m both excited for a full days without Zoom, and wary because I don’t want a repeat of last year when two of my students lost a parent.
I made tzatziki last week too, also in order to also a giant garden cucumber. I did not make that bread though and now I wish I had. It looks delicious.
I certainly hope so
I moved to NorCal two months ago from LA and it sucks. It’s been so depressing I don’t even want to talk about it, to anyone, so I am not talking to anyone. It took almost two months for me to tell anyone in my family I moved, and I only mentioned it because my brother asked. Obviously, we’re aren’t close. I hate my… Read more