What I’m doing now
Panicking and catastrophizing
As are we all, for the most part. Also confronting my mortality. It’s not a comfortable time. Don’t worry, though. I’m doing all of this from inside my home. In fact, I may never leave again. Turns out that the tools they teach you to deal with agoraphobia don’t actually work so well when the outside world is legitimately dangerous. Who knew?
I’m still nibbling at the rough draft of my serial horror novella and have started an untitled project for April’s Camp Nanowrimo, though my concentration is in the toilet and progress is extremely slow.
I’m finishing up two much-needed nightgowns and have also started on my Design Your Wardrobe queue, though I’m still in the prep stage for the first two projects. On the one hand, I’m very much in a state of “why bother” and on the other hand, I know I need to stay busy. So I guess I will Keep (Relatively) Calm and Sew On. I mean, I will need clothes to wear in the outside world again one day, if I live and whatnot.
What job? I mean, I’m not laid off but I think I billed out 20 minutes last week, so I might as well be.
It’s plague time. That’s where we are. We can only take it one day at a time, prepare for the worst, and hope for the best.
(Updated 31 March 2020.)