Good Morning!

Good morn­ing! I’m sure it is for some­one, right?

Okay, it isn’t a bad morn­ing for me, except that my meds are being tweaked again so I’m back to the headache from hell. Hope­ful­ly it’ll be gone soon. And my over­all pain lev­el is actu­al­ly much bet­ter, thanks to Rei­ki from just­callmea­corn yes­ter­day. Thank you!

Friends arrived overnight—or at least, I’m assum­ing they arrived, con­sid­er­ing the baby bot­tle stuff in the kitchen. I was sound­ly uncon­scious, so I haven’t seen them yet. They’re sleep­ing down­stairs and I don’t want to wake them ’til they’re ready to get up. I miss shad­owkatt ter­ri­bly, but the tim­ing is actu­al­ly good—they can use her room and our kids’ lives aren’t real­ly dis­rupt­ed much at all.

sam­bear was up cough­ing again last night for much of the night. I’m going to call his doc­tor to see if she can see him again today, as he was expect­ed to be fit to return to work. Oh yeah—guess I should call his office, too.

We rearranged fur­ni­ture again over the week­end, con­tin­u­ing through yes­ter­day. Peo­ple who come here much sim­ply expect that fur­ni­ture will have moved between one vis­it and the next. I fig­ure I’ll get it all “right” just as we move to a new place 🙂 

lit­tle­fire­fae’s draw­ing table is in the office now. It gets love­ly light and she has a great view. Keep­ing it from get­ting clut­tered with oth­er things piled on it is dif­fi­cult, but we’re work­ing on it. That would be far eas­i­er if it were tilt­ed at a greater angle, but she lost the knob that adjusts the angle, so it’s near­ly flat right now.

I have so many things on my to-do list, and of course, it’s the ones that I don’t HAVE to do that I want to do first. Things like mak­ing the Sam­ba serv­er act as a fax serv­er (not that I have much need to fax things, but hey—I wan­na) and act as a PDF print­er for the Win­dows machines. I’m intrigued by the arti­cles I’ve found on both of those subjects.

Yes, pro­cras­ti­na­tion via LJ—it’s a com­mon thing, isn’t it?

Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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