Anyway. Life is as life does around here. I've been going to work, coming home, dicking about, sleeping and starting over.
And I'm tired. Not excessively to the point of hypersomnia like I've hit before (46 hours of sleep is not normal, no matter how you justify it!)
Just, worn out from the day. I feel active and good while at work, and then after work rather quickly die down to kinda sore, kinda tired, before going to bed at a reasonable hour.
It's odd. It's so normal, it's odd.
And I'll tell you a secret. I kinda like it.
Now if it weren't for the drive to/from work, and the constant tension between family members, I'd be at a great place.
But as it is, I'm kinda just coasting. I feel good and strong, albeit a bit unhappy. But I'm not depressed like I was. I'm hoping that carries through the school year next year. Maybe I don't need to be on anti-depressants anymore. I'm doing well without them now.
Then again, maybe I just need more instant satisfaction like work can give me.
Oh, I pulled another eleven or twelve sheets of paper the other day; they're flattening out... somewhere. (Oh dear, where did I put them...). I've cleaned the vat out and frozen the pulp; I want to start a more major project... I don't know when. You'll get some updates on that when I know more. However I hope to put pictures of the love-note set I made up soon, I think they are nice.
But moving on; I've been to the library today after work, and picked up a few books. So I've reading. (I finished a shorter novel already- a teen fiction)
And I realised keeping the Books in My Arsenal blog going is silly; so, if I can work it, the old posts from there will be merging over here. If I can't, we'll be getting some updates here of those posts.
As for the conlanging series, don't expect that to be drifting into nothingness; I'm just taking a bit to figure how I want the next part to go.
I've been playing with pixels again, to the detriment of the conlanging work, I'll admit.
Whelp, with that, I'm tired and I have books and pixels to work on. I shall see you tomorrow!