Saturday, May 9, 2020

Day 15: Revamp?

This post brought to you from my makeshift standing desk by a cool, dreary Saturday and 2.5ish hours of website revamps.

15 Days of #100DaysofHannah and #100DaystoOffload down - only 85 more!

I don’t know what type of post I want today to be... So, I guess that means it’s a good time to just write.

It’s been a solidly dreary day with only a few moments of sunshine all day, secondary to a cool front that blew in last evening.  Dreary days often leave me feeling unproductive, regardless of how much was actually accomplished.  So, despite the fact that I talked to family members for 2+ hours, finished my workout challenge for the day, cleaned the house, completely revamped my website (with more updates coming soon), was given a crash course on GIT, and practiced flute for an hour, I feel like I’ve completely wasted the day.

It’s times like these that I have to remind myself that feelings, obviously, don’t define reality.  They simply augment it.
Which, at least for me, can be hard to accept.  I mean, how can something that I feel so strongly be wrong?  But, when I take a step back, reality (the definition of which is a discussion for another day) becomes clear, and I am left to reconcile the resulting conflict between my logic and my emotions.

Yay life.

‘Til tomorrow: may your emotions be stable, your reality congruent, and your outlook sunny.

-Hannah

PS: I don’t know why I feel like I have to have three statements at the end of each blog, but I’m thoroughly convinced that that and the challenge of the day are the two hardest parts of this daily blogging challenge.

Song of the Day (since I skipped yesterday and feel neither awake or alive): Awake and Alive - Skillet 
Question of the Day: Which do you prefer - sunny or dreary days?
Challenge of the Day: Drink more H2O! Try to add an extra 8 oz.  (I’ve been trying to increase my water intake the last couple of days because a) it’s been 90 out, and b) coffee.)
Photo of the Day:

PSS:
If a vamp is a short section of a song that can be repeated over and over, where in the world do we get revamp...?

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