A bit of a late start for me today. I had a little bit of difficulty hauling myself out of bed this morning, not least of all because I'm quite sore. I finally got my act together and worked out on a Tuesday night, when I would have been at martial arts training in The Normal Times. It wasn't martial arts, per se. It was some serious HIIT (high intensity interval training). I slept poorly, I think, waking up more tired than usual.
Still, I'm up, had breakfast and am currently sitting in front of my computer ready to work. Of course, after this blog post, I'm going to have to leave the house. I'm in desperate need of groceries, and must go get them. I've been needing them for a while, but I've been anxious about leaving the house.
I'm not really worried about getting infected myself, except that I have a immuno-compromised flatmate who might get very ill. Which is my point. I'm worried about people I might harm by venturing out, not the other way around.
Still, there' s nothing for it. I need to eat. I'll be heading to my T&T for my groceries in a little bit. This for two reasons: One, Asian business are hit especially hard because of this virus, and, well, racism. Two: It's the only place I know where I can reliably find kimchi. Loblaws claims to stock it, but I've not seen it at my Loblaws at all.
I need my kimchi!
In happy news, I've finally finished editing together the martial arts classes I taught Saturday, and can now get back to writing. I will be doing a few hours of it this afternoon, when I get back from grocery shopping.
While I suffer from a lack of routine (which I'm trying desperately to maintain), I do find that I'm really enjoying just being able to leave my work set up to go grocery shopping when I need to. This flexibility is really, really nice. I'm trying very hard not to get used to it.
Right, that's everything from me. How are you all doing? I hope you're well. Sending you much love in these trying times.
Also, Ciao (but mostly hugs)!