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Really?

After you've been blogging for, oh, say, 10 years, and after that blogging has turned from a secret and anonymous hobby into a full-time job, you tend to limit your blogging topics to keep some of your life private, and then if you also throw in the fact that it has been a beastly cold winter that keeps your homebody self off the streets and at home most of the time, you might find that you think you have very little to blog about on the third day of March, the month during which you set a goal to blog every day.

I am really trying not to leave my bed, but my cats won't come when I make kissy noises.

Today, I worked, but I keep my present clients and the work we are doing quiet, so all I can tell you about that is YAY and SO GOOD.

I went out to buy my favourite yogurt in the entire universe, Liberté Méditerranée coconut yogurt, but the store's fridges had all died over the weekend and destroyed all my precious yogurt, which left me bereft. Bereft, I tell you! I ended up buying these cheap tubs of gelatinous paste dyed the colour of psychedelic fruit, and even my magic mixture of chia seeds, hemp, and buckwheat could not manage to make it even a middling substitute.

Bereft! I'm going to yell that intermittently for the rest of the night.

Then I watched about eight episodes of Roswell on Netflix, and I am very ashamed, because I liked it.

And guess what now? I JUST REALIZED THAT WHILE I WAS WRACKING MY BRAIN FOR MATERIAL, I WAS COMPLETELY FORGETTING THAT I ALREADY PUBLISHED AN ENTRY TODAY.

*facepalm*

Thank you, thank you. I'll be here all month.

I Think I Can Make It Through Winter Now Without an Intervention

I Think I Can Make It Through Winter Now Without an Intervention

Grace in Small Things No. 525

Grace in Small Things No. 525