Yep. I didn’t get this post out this morning. Reason: Hungover.
Not a good reason, or even a great one – just the reason. Now, the story behind the hangover is that our adopted family from Sweden is here visiting and we went to a party. Our Swedish families roots are in Macedonia and Slovenia, former Yugoslavia, and well… a lot of drinking goes on. In spite of my alternating my wine with large glasses of water, I soon discovered that my glass of wine had become self-refilling. Then, there was the rakija, first a honey version then the final, insisted-upon-despite-my-protests, pear version. At least I think it was pear. I can only say that that was one shot too many and we’ll let you just figure out where I ended up.
I woke up with a hangover headache and a sinus headache and ended up crashing on the couch for a few hours and slept heavily. The cats enjoyed it as one was warming himself up under my blanket and the other was imitating a fur hat at my head.
In other news, my letter of resignation was received on Friday and it went better than I thought. I start working at the new job Tuesday, and for the next two weeks will be working both places, thankfully on different days. Then it’s full-time at the new job. Mr. Muse and I get to sit down and work on our cleaning schedule and meal planning. He’s decided that he really likes knowing what to expect that day when he gets up in the morning and gets ready for work. I admit that I like just having a schedule to stick to for the routine stuff.
And now, for the little change-up.
I was thinking of how many articles I share on the Book of Faces, and I rarely share those articles here. But over at _____. she does! I could do that with my Sunday Morning post. So, I’m going to try it out.
I also don’t want you to think that I’ve forgotten about my vlog inquiry. Oh, I remember the vlog inquiry. I’m still pondering that one.
What Happened to Downtime? The Extinction of Deep Thinking & Sacred Space
Why Paying Attention to Introverts Matters
“‘We Have Always Fought’: Challenging the ‘Women, Cattle and Slaves’ Narrative” by Kameron Hurley
Finally, we can begin fracking Boulder!
French Bulldog does amazing Gremlin Impression
Science is Awesome!
I cab true fully tell you that the older you get the tougher this type o0f thing is your body………but what the heck, you have to let loose once in a while. 😉
LOL Yeah – I’m finding that out! I’m also trying to strike a balance between living well and letting loose – I know I’ll find that balance soon.