I've been wanting to write diary-like posts again. When I started blogging, that's pretty much what every post was. I like writing about specific things in a post, but this is my compromise. I won't do these posts every Monday. There's no set schedule.
Friday: I wasn't able to fall asleep until around five in the morning. I woke up around 6:45 to feed the dogs, and couldn't fall asleep again. I watched Spongebob for a couple hours like a real adult. I fell asleep around ten, and woke up around two in the afternoon to playful, barking dogs. I treated myself to some candy, and took photos in the evening. I gave up my will to care for most of this day. This is also the day I stopped putting my hair up, because I think I'm getting eczema on my scalp.
Saturday: I was running on very little sleep again. I had a brunch date with my mom, and shopped around for a bit. I had to go to the grocery store, and I learned a couple life lessons there. I'm quicker on my own. Anyway, I ended the day early. I felt ill, and subsequently slept for fifteen hours. I never took my antidepressant. Saturday was a quick day.
Sunday: I woke up around ten in the morning with a full-on cold. It was fine. It was cold outside, and I felt pleasant mentally. I didn't mind spending my morning playing catch up and preparing for Monday in bed. That's the thing with blogging and working from home like I do; Sundays are work days. Friday and Saturday are the real weekend. I enjoy this aspect. I painted a bit, did the day's illustration, had my favorite comfort food for dinner, and kept the windows open late into the evening. I personally think I did Sunday right.
My original intent for this post was actually just a playlist of what I've been listening to lately. I used to post monthly playlists over here, a few years ago now probably, and I tried to bring that back last year, but it died almost instantly. Instead of striving for a monthly series, I'll just post a little playlist of some of my current favorite songs. I've been listening to a lot of oldies but goodies, an excessive amount of Father John Misty, and The Kills' Ash & Ice on repeat. I'm really into this playlist. I hope you like something on it too.