I haven’t written a blog in 5 weeks.
Seems like a lifetime ago now. It was…. To be honest. So much has changed in that time.
Normally, I’d tell you to strap in and hang on to your hat as I regaled you with my goings on … but really, this isn’t one of those type of blogs. It’s just a brief update on life.
In dot points … so you don’t get bored.
- Battlestar Sciatica.
Yes, I know that was a play on words. And It was horrible. And yes, I’ll show myself out later.
It’s been just over 5 weeks and I’m only just starting to come good now. When they said it takes time to heal – they weren’t kidding!
- Retail therapy
In the last few weeks I’ve indulged in a wee bit of retail therapy. I’ve gotten a new computer chair, a foot stool, a handmade doll and some new resistance bands. I don’t do this very often – so this was a bit of a treat to myself
- Grieved for a friend
Three weeks ago – I found out a Twitter buddy of mine (and many others) passed away during routine back surgery. She was a huge Sam Heughan and Outlander fan and we bonded straight away. I’ve been twitter friends with her for many years. She was also a member of My Peak Challenge. When the news of her passing spread across both the outlander fandom and the Peaker Family, it broke all our hearts. We will miss her very much. I will miss her very much.
- Melbourne Metro back into lockdown
Yep. We’re week … I don’t know … into a 6 week lock down and as of today it’s mandatory to wear a mask whenever you are in public. Failure to do so will result in a $200 fine.
That’s all I’m gonna say on that.
- Fandom goings on
- There has been a lot of podcasts and interviews to keep us entertained
- Sam and Graham have released a book called ClanLands. (Of course, I bought it)
- We’ve been keeping ourselves amused with Fanfic, other TV show recommendations, fan art, checking in on each other and being generally ridiculous.
- There was five minutes of drama over Sam not wearing a mask while catching up with Steven Cree – apparently people forgot that the situation in Scotland is different to other parts of the world – and you know, you can take a selfie without a mask on. It’s fine. Either way, it was over before it even begun – with those folks deleting their accounts in a huff, picking up their toys and going home.
Overall, July has been a sucky month. I’ve had more work-related technical issues than I care to count (and when you’re working from home it’s even worse) and it’s just been flat out busy.
Visits to my various Dr’s and specialist continue – even during a stage 3 lock down – which I’m incredibly grateful for.
On the fitness front – I’ll admit I’m failing dismally, and the sciatica hasn’t helped any. I can’t use my rower bike and that makes me upset. It’s my main form of exercise and not being able to use it at the moment is as frustrating as all get out.
Oh, and it turns out I’ve had this blog for 6 year.
Huh. Imagine that.
Time flies when you hardly have anything to say
Thanks for reading