Planted more salad greens, then spent time visiting, watering, and talking to the carrots, kale, beets, radishes, dandelions, onions, peppermint, peas, broccoli, collards, sunflowers, and brussel sprouts. Quite a lively bunch, they are, full of life and growth potential. Something to aspire to as I dig out of my depressive ditch(es).
I am buying a 1920's gas burning plumbers torch, like the ones you see in all the three stooges movies. It will be a prop in the background for my zoom meetings. Looking for easily recognizable implements of humor on craigslist. Rubber chicken?
Hm...I like @Friday's idea about doing something fun every day. Is that the same thing as doing something for me? No, probably not. Although it could be. So far nothing fun today. I did attend a webinar about freelance work, but that was definitely not fun.
@enough, did everyone enjoy the rubber chicken and torch? Have you added anything else to your "set"? ?
There wasn't much fun to be had here today but I made the most of it. Would I call it fun? No. But it was still enjoyable.
I took my morning walk.
Cleaned out my flower beds.
Cooked a good meal.
J and I popped popcorn and watched a movie.
@Friday, J and I have been talking about some time in the not so distant future, if all the stars align just right & the world hasn't imploded. We might, maybe, could eeeeeventually possibly buy a place on one of the canals near us. I'm not gonna lie. I have been having a ball looking at all of the possibilities out there. So much fun.
@LuckiLee I searched for a prop gun with a flag that comes out that says "bang" but no luck- yes, the rubber chicken has been noticed and the torch is also a subject of conversation. One member of our group has hung all of her paintings upside down, one per day, and another got a big chrome microphone like a sports reporter, bad plaid sport coat and all. We miss making each other laugh, it has always been a way to stay awake, even more important now.