I am struggling very much to think of even one song to pick for it. I think I said last week that I have a new mood chart thing that I fill in at the end of every day as a reminder that the bad times don’t last forever but in a week full of neutral greens I’m struggling to think of anything that actually happened…
Yeah I said it would be out last week, yes I did half do the whole thing then get busy. I can’t help it. Its just the way I am.
So here it is a week late.
We are starting a new streak! Week 1 of not missing a blog. I missed it last week to overcome my social awkwardness and going out and it pretty much has meant we’re starting streak number 2 of 2018 much more happy then streak 1 was.
(EDIT BY ANNA : So I said in the How To Keep A Mummy blog that I would do a special catch up 5 Things… Post on Japanese Folklore Creatures but I found this in the drafts by Luc so thought after last week it should actually for memories and bants be the make up 5 Things… post, after all technically it was the one that was being published, and this Thursday will be the Folklore one. Soz for being a prat.)
If you didn’t know a lot of the UK has seen Snowmageddon in the last few days (EDIT : Again sorry its late it was meant to go out on Friday 2nd March when we were all snowed in) which has sent us here in Plymouth into a extreme amount of panic.
So here are 5 signs I’ve seen in Plymouth that the world has actually ended.
Or at least it has here.
For the first time this year I missed this blog! That is pretty much 2 months of the year without missing one.
To be fair though there was a good reason for me missing it. As always though I’ll tell you that story through song…
I probably have in the past gone into depth about what Wrestling means to me but after following Mark Hainsworth on Twitter its made me think deeply once more about not only what wrestling means to me but what the community has done for me too.
Honestly would recommend a follow to Mark on Twitter as he, along with a few others, are trying to build a positive and welcoming wrestling community on Twitter.
I’ve never kept it a secret that I work in retail. Always have. When people know how bad my depression and anxiety are they tend to be surprised to hear it but I’m also a people person deep DEEP down and I quite like retail. It isn’t always as bad as people make it out to be.
Then again I was raised to be polite to people, to remember that everyone makes mistakes so you should be kind and having depression and anxiety means I’m fully aware that you NEVER EVER can tell how the person you are talking to feels at that moment so you treat them the way YOU want to be treated, you smile and you are just, in general, nice.
When did it stop being so easy to be nice?