So it’s the weekend

I don’t know if these posts will become regular thing, because as you know, I did another post like this just last week of the same title. But they may crop up from time to time.

So this weekend has been difficult with the dramas going on this month, that I have blogged about. Fatigue has been a big thing in parts, caused by stress and anxiety from the dramas that started it. One drama ended and another begun, which I look forward to their complaint I sent, because it’s them clearly in the wrong.

This weekend, the fatigue has really hit me. Saturday I thought was difficult, but this morning, I really struggled to get up. I had to get up because I was going to meet a friend. But this ended up being cancelled by my friend. How tempting going back to bed, because of my fatigue. I did not go back to bed though and instead made alternative arrangement’s with myself.
This involved walking and my camera on my phone for the first part. I wanted to recreate an old photo I came across last weekend, while in the library. This is all to with my interest of the history near where I live, as well as where I live.
After recreating that photo to see where original was taken, I took photos of where I live. This is so hopefully, when I further research where I live, I hope to come across photos of how the land looked originally, before the block of flats I live in, were built there. I want to see what it looked like, when it was just the house and land, with this tennis court that used to be there, before the flats I was in. I will talk further on this in a later post.

After I done that, I just went for a walk up the road, observing things and possible businesses I could write to, to see if they have any cleaning vacancies.

I am now in the cafe, after doing a small shop, buying cheese, baked beans and tuns and regardless of my walk, I still feel as fatigued. It’s still tempting to crawl back in bed. But I shan’t, because once I have had my cuppa and dropped off my shopping, I shall walk in the other direction and go into town to use the library.

I hope you are having a lovely weekend. My weekend is certainly better than last week, regardless on how I feel.

What are your plans?

 

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