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Good day today... ^^

The weather's finally getting a bit better. Still very cold and wintry, but the sun was shining today, so it was all better. :)

Had another appointment with my psychological consultant (?) - he's not a shrink, he's a Holistic Healer, but specializes in psychological issues. Am working through the rest of my personal crap and I'm already feeling much, much better. ^^

Wandered around town after my appointment. Had lunch there, also coffee and cake. Bought a pattern and wool for my mother - she insisted on knitting something for me while she's on her upcoming sea-voyage.

Finished another Clive Cussler book. I think I'm addicted to his stuff. I just have to save some of it up for my vacation in August or I won't have anything to read then.

Came home, to a lovely, silent home - seeing as how my husband has started working part time again. So he's gone three days a week. Total solitary bliss!

Worked until now and felt *real* good doing it! ^^ I've been needing a personal boost for a while and today was a good day. Truly.

Actually, one of the random things that I could have added to my list is the fact that I always check my horoscope (I get one every day per email) before I do anything really important. It's been pretty blah for the last week or so - but today, today was a *good* day! ^^

So. How was *your* day today? ^^

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lil_1337
Apr. 8th, 2008 10:46 pm (UTC)
Having alone time is one the best things on the planet. There is something freeing about knowing that can do whatever you want and no one is going to say anything.
ravensilver
Apr. 9th, 2008 09:06 am (UTC)
Yes, it is. For the last three years I've had my handicapped husband around day in, day out. I've *never* been alone. Even if I shut the door and say I want to be left alone, I'm not. So this is total bliss... ^^
lil_1337
Apr. 9th, 2008 04:45 pm (UTC)
*hugs* I get cranky if I go a week without alone time. Three years would make me insane. Even with shutting the door you know the chances of being interrupted are still there.
ravensilver
Apr. 9th, 2008 04:50 pm (UTC)
Guess why I've got gastritis. >.>

I taught him to knock at my office door - it still doesn't stop him. If I don't respond, he'll come in anyway, because he'll assume I just didn't hear him. Then he stands around - like, when I'm on the phone - and waits for me to get around to him... *aaaaaahhhh!*

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