13 days, still here, in other news
MAGIC IS REAL
The homemade yeast worked, 10 points for Gryffindor
My husband made groceries out of thin air, how about that?
If you want to know how to do it you have to ask him, i can’t type that much yet, trying to get him to do some kind of Instagram story or whatever
Decided to rethink the metaphors I am using while I try to shake this coronavirus. Heart rate still spiking every time I get off the couch, resting heart rate 80+, can now tell the difference between 70, 80, and 90 bpm by how my chest feels, is a fitness tracker a blessing or a curse?
Only way I am going to live to see my 45th birthday this summer is if I figure out how to stop reacting to stress, or I guess another way to put that is I have to find a way to respond to events that is not a stressful way
The fighting metaphor does not work for me, visualizing any kind of fight distresses me, like this
We were watching a children’s movie the other night, scene of a small animal getting injured, thought I would stroke out. Scene of a storm with distressed bird, started crying
I am now perfect choice for role of Disney G-rating censor, if it upsets me then CUT
Reframing things is something I am good at, ENTP in action, watch me spin
Dark comedy (not same)
Told my hubby this morning, I’ve decided to let go of the fighting metaphor, not working for me
I’ve decided to HIRE IT
COVID works for me now, admitted the on-boarding process for my organization was a bit rushed, we circled back and clarified some elements of the contract, temporary consulting gig, help my factory ramp up, teach us how to make antibodies up to spec
I realized I can’t “fight” something if I need to permanently incorporate it into my being. I can’t ask it to leave, that’s not actually what I want. What I WANT is immunity and to keep on living, must do this peacefully
My new role model is The Dude from the Big Lebowski
My white blood cells are not “fighting” they are a FLASH MOB winning a dance competition
I am peaceful, serene, and forever silly
So may we all be
I've been working with chronic disorganization, squalor, and hoarding for over 20 years. I'm also a marathon runner who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and thyroid disease 17 years ago.
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