I’m not always ranting. Staying home in relative isolation is not at all bad. I am loving it, in fact.
What did I do today?
Took Lucy out for a walk in the morning. It was hot and humid as usual, so we didn’t venture far.
Managed to read two articles for one of my research projects. Made notes and the stuff is in my brain now, bobbing along and creating gentle waves. Tomorrow I shall doodle a few visual notes. I love my work!
Lucy & her PEMF mat
Lucy and I shared the PEMF mat. We have been diligently using it. Early days yet, but I think Lucy is actually feeling less tense in her muscles.
Probably ate too much food.
Tidied up some fabric and odds and ends in my warehouse of a bedroom.
An old favourite
Printed out a free music score of Debussy’s Arabesque, and actually sat at the piano to play it. Been wanting to do this for some time but too much swelling in shoulder, elbow and wrist joints. On anti-inflammatories now, so the swelling has subsided somewhat. Pleased to find out I can still remember how to play, used to be one of my favourites, but it’s been more than thirty years now. The muscles and ligaments are weak. The timing was hard to achieve. I still have memories of me practising this on the Steinway at HKU’s music department in the 1980s. A bit of pain returned, so I stopped. Switched to easier stuff, some old jazz standards, maybe?
Mini-B came over from next door to say hello. I was playing Desafinado – she wanted to join in the fun, but it’s hard to play Desafinado with a fat ball of fluff in one arm!
Tidied up some files and did a bit of photo editing.
Showed mum a few videos of the amazing singing coming from Italy.
Read some more articles on COVID19 – information sponge here. But so heartbreaking at the same time.
Just another simple day in the life of an immunocompromised Autistic Bunny staying home during a worldwide COVID19 pandemic. A very thankful one.
Now listening to Lucy’s breathing in bed, and about to join her in dreamland soon.
goodnight, Every Bunny
Good night, world. Please stay brave and safe as you possibly can!