It’s Friday; I’m in Love #88

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I’m not sure what to say or how I feel about this month. I worked on my May goals, which I’ll actually go over in my upcoming June goals post, but I feel like there’s not much else to discuss. I’ve struggled a lot to, I don’t know, exist? It’s hard to convince myself to do just about anything other than watch Netflix or listen to podcasts and color. Occasionally I’ll do the dishes or even, on a really good day, do some work taking down the upstairs wallpaper, but it’s a real challenge. I just want to stay in bed all day with the dog and cat.

Still, I’m trying to give myself credit for the things I did accomplish because I know it’s important not to downplay my successes, no matter how big or small. I just wish it didn’t feel like such a struggle right now. And I do still have things on my list for which I’m grateful, so I won’t say it’s been all bad.

The Evil Dead ♥ the resilience of plants ♥ looking forward to my first Horror Block ♥ Faculty of Horror ♥ red pepper and shrimp Alfredo ♥ mysterious black neighbor cats ♥ Nerdburger (Cazz) on YouTube ♥ lots of wonderful, homemade meals ♥ Butch-O-Vision ♥ evening walks with Dan and Lexi ♥ posting consistently to bookstagram ♥ hiking ♥ a super supportive husband who puts up with me unnecessarily yelling about life ♥ being caught up on my favorite podcasts ♥ making vacation plans


“It’s Friday; I’m in Love” is a monthly gratitude post. It aims to remind myself and others of the good things from the past month, big and small and to serve as a record to look back on for the not-so-great days to come. The title comes from the song by The Cure.

May 26, 2017
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  • Kay

    ‘The resilience of plants’ made me giggle – I totally get that! In an extremely graceful moment (sarcasm font) I managed to elbow my aloe vera plant over the other week. After repotting it seems to be still kicking?
    Also, I freaking LOVE Nerdburger, and her latest video made me cry so much and want to hug her tons. D:

    • Omg me too! I’m thinking of sending her a letter or something at some point because I can’t hug her, so it’s the best I can do.

      My cat was eating one of my plants a few weeks ago and eventually knocked it down, so I ended up moving it to a shelf in the living room, but then I forgot to water it long enough that it was definitely looking sad. It’s revived pretty well lately, though!

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