I wish I was more financially independent. I don't know where to start.
This is true. I think it's been why I've feeling better generally since the Pandemic and WFH. Complete avoidance don't have to deal with anyone. It comes at a cost though and that is diminished social skills when it comes time to have to deal with or work with people.Life is so difficult when I'm not avoiding. I want to sleep for the next 3 months so I don't have to deal with any of this.
Wow. I just took the garbage out and when I came back in, I walked to the back (glass) hallway door to see if I could see any stars or planets and there were SO MANY spiders building webs on the outside of that door that I couldn't count them all! I have literally never seen so many spiders in one place. That's got to be abnormal.Damn, there was a big, brown widow spider on the wall in the bathroom near the showerhead.
Holy mess. 😳 Can't say I ever see a bunch of webs around here at once. If I do, it's usually one or two at most. I did see a web with an orb weaver in it a couple weeks ago. Those are okay but I don't like brown widows. LolWow. I just took the garbage out and when I came back in, I waled to the back (glass) hallway door to see if I could see any stars or planets and there were SO MANY spiders building webs on the outside of that door that I couldn't count them all! I have literally never seen so many spiders in one place. That's got to be abnormal.
I will have to YouTube how to do that 🙂 Thanks! Think I bought this laptop back in 2011, so it's probably falling apart bit by bit 😆 I missed that you wrote this somehow and went out bought a portable DVD player. Kind of felt like do I really wanna spend £60 on one of those. With not having broadband until 14 days time I was gonna need something cos there's no aerial in any of the rooms in the building 😮Sounds like the DVD drive lens just needs cleaning.
In the long-gone days when I was a regular churchgoer (I'm an Anglican with some Catholic leanings), the Sunday service would last about 1 hour, that's the norm in the UK anyway, I think. Then you might stay a little while afterwards, to have coffee and chat to the vicar/any other church officials/congretation. My local Anglican churches also do a weekday morning prayer service (what kind of people actually go to that?), presumably shorter. Our Anglican cathedrals anyway, do weekday afternoon evensong, which also lasts an hour. Think I sometimes went to that, when at university.I had to drive to my aunt's house today to drop something off. Only like a five-minute drive but I passed two churches on my way there, parking lots full of the cars of all the "faithful."
And it made me think back to all those insufferable Sundays when I was pulled out of bed early, had to shower and throw on that damned monkey suit just to sit in a church, bored to death for three long hours. I don't know how I ever made it through that with my sanity intact. I'm so grateful that I DON'T have to go to church anymore!