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I had so much energy just a couple of hours ago. Weather shifted again and wham, the pain comes up like a tide and I don't feel up to doing anything. That gets so frustrating. The sun's going down now, just barely beginning to get dark as it gets close to eight.

I hope at least tonight I'll be able to sleep earlier so that if tomorrow's sunny I get more time. And that the pressure stabilizes so that I can use that time well. I hate spring weather.

I got in one more sketch on a sketching class thread at http://www.wetcanvas -- a five minute sketch in Indigo Blue Graphitint on the A6 hardback sketchbook that came with the completely frivolous little gift set I bought for myself. I just drew the first two things I noticed on my table, started with the water jar and then had time to do in the Artist Field Box too.

So today's been productive. I'm just frustrated that it's over so fast and the pain slammed so hard, because emotionally I'm in a mood to keep sketching or do more ACEOs or write more pages. Major annoying.
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Apr. 18th, 2009 03:14 am (UTC)
I've felt like that too lately. The weather is nice, yet i don't feel up to working in the garden or just being outside. too many things to do inside and too many other things i have to save spoons for.
want more hours. want more energy.
Apr. 18th, 2009 03:40 am (UTC)
Yep. Perils of a temperate climate. It turns nice -- apparently -- but without the reserves of body energy that abled people have, the energy needed just to adapt to shifting temperature and pressure does it again and again. I hope when we do move to Arkansas that it'll be a lot better, that it'll be milder year round.
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