Wednesday, June 20, 2018

A Day for Spoons

I take days off from the news. Well, at least partially. I'll still be on the phone (or FAX) with my representatives shortly, and I'll still be working a text shift for my Senate candidate this afternoon, but otherwise, it's a day for relaxing. My academic quarter just ended, so I have almost two weeks off. Next week is a family vacation in the mountains.

Today, in particular, I just feel like lazing through the day. I slept in, Greyson is playing an archery game, I've played a little SIMS 4 in preparation for tomorrow's Seasons expansion pack release.

Last night while G was at vacation Bible school, I worked on writing my way a bit further through the Book of Matthew. I only have two chapters left, and I'm stretching it out.

My husband took the day off just because. It's overcast. I have some fun mail arriving today.

It's a day for spoons


  1. Thanks for linking to the Spoons article. That's new stuff for me. Lots of food for thought. Enjoy your day. We all need to recharge now and then.

    1. My pleasure! It's great food for thought.

  2. I've never heard of the spoon theory before but I've followed your link...and then her links. My daughter battles serious anxiety and depression and I can't wait for her to get home so I can find out if she knows about this theory. I battle them, too, so I've thought I understood to an extent. But putting it into spoons helps me understand why, after a full day at work and maybe therapy or school that day, she just can't handle picking up her room or even eating some days. Thank you.

    1. I'm so glad you found it helpful, Lisa!


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