Still, I won't be at training tonight. I will be home, in bed, listening to music and reading. Being ill has its advantages.
I did not stream last night. Sorry. I wasn't able to be 'switched on,' as it were, and talking and joking for three hours to an audience was well above what I felt capable of. I did game, though, a little. Not the game I'm streaming, though. That's for my audience. I played a bit of Skyrim, which is a very homey kind of game for me. It's comforting. I'm in Solstheim currently, preparing to battle against Miraak. I'm finding it easier this time around than the last time I went there in my previous game (I never finished it), though Miraak can die in a fire, stealing my dragon souls like that.
Anyway, I did relaxing, comforting things last night (let's not discuss how killing dragons is comforting for me), and it proved just the thing. I'm feeling much better today.
I will be back on my regular schedule next week, which is good, because I've fallen so far behind in my running training, and it's not good.
In other news, I've started making my own perfume (it's curing now, so jury's out if I got it right or just created a puddle of stink), "hard" lotion (bars that look like soap, but actually melt on the skin to massage in like lotion), with plans to make my own sulfate-free shampoo bars and soap. I'm having fun with it, actually, and I really enjoy making stuff for myself. It means I don't have to go out and buy it. I'm in control of what goes into the stuff I'm putting on my body.
One day, I'm going to learn how to sew.... if ever I could actually finish a project that takes longer than an evening... and if I could just get the time I needed to do it (downtown is scheduled, and must be for mental health, so none of this 'just hustle' nonsense people keep peddling, m'kay?). Le sigh.
Anyway, I'm going to end up just blathering about random daydreams I have, so I'll just leave it here. I'm off to get on with my day.