I did not have a very good September 2018. My poor Jack fell ill, got worse, and had to be euthanised. We humans are a bit shocked by its suddenness, but our pretty girl seems the same as ever.
I learn and grow every day.
|🙂||😐||I feel foolish. I didn’t read much, and I didn’t do much. My only consolation is sometimes life is just like that, and this too will pass.|
I started preparing for Jack’s death.
I enjoy exercising my lean, healthy 59 kg body several times a week.
I walk more steps each day.
|Didn’t get much sleep, dropped out of yoga and went off my food. My jeans are loose but I have no idea what I weigh.|
Since Jack left us I’ve been taking the pretty girl for short walks to stop her moping but we don’t have a routine yet.
Plan a more energetic wardrobe
|😐||🙁||My new haircut makes me feel old, fat and frumpy and I hate it. I’m bemused by the fact that what I came out with is nothing like the pictures I took in. Weirdly I feel judged – as if I got the cut the stylist thought I deserved. Another good reason|
Time for a radical command presence rethink – maybe another pixie, but definitely a new hairdresser.
I love meeting new people, and as I am friendly and outgoing, I make friends easily.
|🙂||😐||I cancelled some lunches and dinners – Sorry friends.|
I share my knowledge, time, and money with those who need it.
|🙂||😐||Managed to get a birthday gift in the post, but I fear it arrived late.|
Overdosed on romances (and k-drama) and thought about the nature of Love.
I am brave and adventurous not afraid to try new things.
|🙂||😐||After short story #4, I lost momentum, but I’m planning to get back into writing.|
I live in a beautiful house, with a tranquil garden.
Happy and healthy creatures and find my garden a haven.
|😐||😐||I’m slowly starting to catch up on the laundry and housework. We even did some decluttering.|
Wrote a debt reduction plan.
And that’s September 2018. I gave myself a bunch of elephant stickers just for surviving the days – it seemed like an enormous achievement.
Anyway, onward and upward. Your September 2018 was better than mine?
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