A little levity

I do like me some cookie dough. šŸ˜šŸ¤·ā€ā™€ļø

Im feeling ok today a little anxiety but not too much. I am brave as i get up most mornings to face the day. But if you can’t that’s ok too. Some days we just need to be. I need to shower today. It’s on my list of to do’s. It might help the anxiety. I hope you are doing well and feel brave today yourself.

5 thoughts on “A little levity

  1. Bathing, oh, ultimate challenge when your moods go up and down, don’t you think? Hard to care if you look or smell nice when you feel so icky on the inside.

    I dyed my hair, wrote my community article, washed 4 load of bedding and made my bed up fresh and I am gonna make a meatloaf for supper. I’ve been up since 1 a.m. so I predict once I go splat, it will be a hard splat and I’ll be a zombie for a few days but gotta go with the energy when it’s there.

  2. enjoy the cookie dough! Love it myself also! I hope you enjoyed Wednesday, I sure did, but this morning I don’t feel so good. A little bit down and anxious ug!

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