Did that title catch your attention??
I’m just popping in to say that I’m making the blog public again, but I haven’t got anything inspiring to say right now and I don’t feel like trying to be cheerful just for the sake of it. Even though it would probably be good for me.
I do have a counsellor now, a fact I have probably mentioned already but as I’m already late getting the bedtime routine started for my disabled daughter B, I can’t be bothered to go back and check.
There is good news: I slept reasonably well for 3 nights in a row last week. As a result, I felt able to make some decisions and get some things done. Some fairly big changes are taking place, but not the ones I really really want. And yes B and I did pop down to mingle with the crowds attending the Spice Girls concert, but she did not appear to be very impressed!
I even mused out loud (ie on twitter) about going back to work. Mainly because I was live tweeting an autism conference and getting a lot of attention as a result.
I might test the water on that one. We’ll see.
Oh and I reduced my footwear collection to this:
(Too much of anything feels like a burden, and shoes have never been a passion of mine).
So somehow a post that was meant to explain why I’m not feeling great has turned into something vaguely cheerful. Is that the power of blogging? Perhaps I should add it to the reasons to be cheerful linky after all…