Ever since the time change, I've been waking up at 5am (my alarm goes off at 6) having an anxiety attack of some sort. Saturday morning I managed to sleep in a little -- until 7 or 8 -- and I'd hoped that had passed. This morning it hit at 4:30am and wasn't going away. I eventually got up and took my medication and played Picross S3 for a while to occupy my brain while they kicked in. It's about 8 now and I'm going to try going back to bed.
Fire department with photo sure to win photo contest withdraws in order to let another department that needs the prize money more win: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/photo-contest-smith-s-cove-reserve-mines-fire-departments-1.5352024
So what do you do if you're almost 50, you live in abject terror of going to work and spend the evenings and weekends distracting yourself to keep your brain from spiraling, you have no experience or credentials to do any other kind of work, and you have too many financial obligations to take the time to retrain even if someone wanted to hire a 50-year-old n00b?
For once I have something for #caterday! These are my parents' kitties, each about a year old. Della Street is the orange girl who likes to carry toys around. The Hemingway tabby is Perry Mason.
IT manager by day, amateur musician and all-around gaming nerd by, well, also day, but night too, and sometimes evening. I don't do mornings very well, though.
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