I just finished a horror/mystery novel today. It’s about 67000 words. I don’t know if it’s any good or not, though. I’ll have to have someone read over it for me and let me know.
Patrick and Lucy are hit and miss in terms of how they are doing. Patrick just got some new prednisolone, which is one of his cancer treatments, and he hates the taste. Plus, I think that it’s making him nauscous. He barely ate anything this morning and hasn’t been eating hardly at all at nights. Lucy also didn’t eat much for some reason, but he has days where he doesn’t. That’s pretty normal for him.
Both cats seem to have plenty of energy, and are their usually cuddly selves. They’ve both figured out, especially Lucy, that spooning with mommy at night (up against my side) is very nice. The issue with this for me, though, is that they don’t always leave me a lot of room and I get overheated. A lot of the time Patrick will lay around my head and Lucy down my side, and as cute as it is, it gets very warm.
I did end up going on the stationary bike yesterday for half an hour. I’m glad that I did. Today I plan on doing power yoga at some point. I’m probably going to take a nap first though.
I’ve been feeling overwhelmed lately at everything that I need to do. It drives me crazy, because it’s not like I work or anything. But, I do a lot of small things throughout the day that end up taking up time, like taking care of sick kitties, cleaning here and there, writing, exercise, and it does get to me. Yesterday I worked on a paint-by-sticker for a while and that helped to relieve some stress, as did exercise.
Also, I tried to create a zoo on Planet Zoo but that basically sucked. The elephants keep ramming the glass on their enclosure and getting out, and it looks like I have a bug that’s known where the keepers don’t feed the animals. So I have animals dying. It’s very frustrating!
Anyway, I’m going to take a nap soon, and then get on with my day. It’s funny because I feel like I have so much to do, but I techinally don’t, yet I do. It seems like the work never stops, especially when you’re taking care of a cat who has cancer. It’s worth it, though. He’s sitting in my lap right now, all curled up.
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