quarantine blogging: the days all blend together

It’s Year 129578394687 of Quarantine, and man am I sick of Zoom.

Some positive notes:

  • I managed to trim my hair so that it is not driving me insane.
  • I also started using the flat iron in the morning because I seriously hate looking at my hair doing weird flippy things during a Zoom meeting.
    • I have not worn makeup since sometime in March, but I am doing my hair.
    • The years, no doubt, have changed me.
  • I have new pens!
    • Okay, maybe not changed me that much.
  • The boy turned 13 on Saturday.
    • The husband and I made a cake.
      • It was pretty good!
    • I gave him a bear in Animal Crossing!
    • And a t-shirt in real life that reads “I’m an acting chameleon, ffs!”
      • He’s uncertain as to whether that would violate the theatre camp dress code this summer.
      • I kind of want to take a picture of him in it and send it to the camp director, anyway, because it seems like his sort of thing.
  • Today one of the burrowing owls in the yard behind ours was hiding in the burrow, poking just its head out, judging us for our sins.

Published by Laura E. Price

I read (you can check out my Goodreads if you want; it's linked on my blog). I write (I’ve been published in Cicada, On Spec, Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Betwixt, Metaphorosis, Gallery of Curiosities, The Cassandra Project; the stuff that’s available online is linked on my blog). I plan for the inevitable zombie apocalypse and welcome the coming of the gorilla revolution. Or the anarchist rabbits. Whichever happens first. (I also blame my husband for basically everything.)

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