Does it want a crane or a looped recording of ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’?

Dear reader, this week has, again, been odd, in that I’ve been in a fair amount of pain and horrendous, panic-attack-provoking exhaustion, but it’s still felt like a productive week. I am, frankly, entirely happy with this – if I’m going to have the odd flare-up and skull-numbing panic attack, I don’t mind so much if I’ve also Got Stuff Done.

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“This calls for a celebration.”

Dear reader, this week has been odd, for want of a better word. Stressful and/or annoying things have happened, but I’ve been mostly cheerful. After spending a couple of hours photographing and listing books, I made only a very little money, but it paid for me to go and see Inside Out again. I failed a ninety-minute exam for the transcription website, but… well, that’s just a bugger, frankly. However, I’m making plans for the winter and looking forward.

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The really fun moment was when I sang into a courgette

Dear reader, it’s been another busy week, which I must admit is rather nice. As summer cools and fades into autumn and the graceful transition of earlier sunsets and cooler breezes is broken by the garden parasol ending up in next door’s garden again, my mind has been on new enterprises, Getting Things Done and jam.

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And all without falling over

Dear reader, it’s been a busy week and busier weekend – which is good, of course, but does also mean my brain is slowly starting to have the consistency of porridge as fatigue catches up with me. Still, a nap can do wonders and Barney’s been far too cute for there not to be an entry this Sunday, albeit a short one.

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