I'm okay; the cat is okay. She's not complaining too much about her new medication. Another week of antibiotics left, but the meds for her hyperthyroidism is most likely something she's going to have to be on for the rest of her life. If I don't opt for surgery or radiation therapy. Since she's old, medication is probably going to be the cheapest option. The radiation thing sounds cool; I'd have a radioactive cat! How awesome would that be? So awesome she'd have to be kept in isolation in a hospital for a few weeks until the radiation level drops to safe - don't want to do that to her. She misses me if I'm away from her for just a day.Things I enjoy spending time on. . .
Knitting is coming back to me.
Still playing Recettear, but not in so large chunks of time as before. Griff is so cute and handsome I keep forgetting I'm playing a little girl.. I just want to jump him. :D
Role-playing is still one of the single largest sources of joy in my life.
My interest in reading is starting to come back, after having read only two books in all of September. I'd like to be able to return a few books to the library boat when it comes by again in less than three weeks now. As of a few days ago, I still hadn't touched any of the books I checked out last time. -_-
I'm listening to music a lot, mostly on Spotify
. My new favorite artist is Steve Woodhams
. Spotify is full of talented artists you've never heard of like that. For those of you who lack Spotify, you can listen to a few of his songs on (ugh) MySpace
I can tell he's an unknown artist because after I discovered him, the top 5 songs of his changed rapidly to match my listening preferences. So check him out. "All Those Little Places" is my favorite out of the few available on MySpace; on Spotify I have many more favorites as they have (all?) five albums of his.