silver_chipmunk (silver_chipmunk) wrote,

  • Mood:

Not as bad as I feared

The news was tentatively good about the elections, so I feel better. At least we took back the House.

I went to work and had my Graffiti Art program, which was quite successful. And the Kid called just before I left for the day, and we had a nice talk. I don't frequently get calls at work, and other people on staff do all the time, so I felt justified in it.

After work I called the FWiB, and we talked til I got to my psychiatrist's appointment. All is well with him.

My psychiatrist's appointment went fine, and after I was picked up by [profile] mashfaficchick and her mother and we went to get Carvel.

After Carvel we went to Target, and I got some things I really needed, a new wallet and new shoes, and downloaded the Target ap so I got a coupon which gave me a $10 gift card for being over $50. So that was nice.

We brought my extra ice cream home and I brought stuff inside, then we went to Taco Bell for a quick dinner. Yeah I know, but it's strangely tasty. And cheap. And then they brought me home.

The protests start tomorrow over the firing of Jeff Sessions and potential end to the Mueller investigation. I wish I could go but I'm working til 7 tomorrow. I'm free on Friday though so if the protests continue, I'm there.

Gratitude List:

1. We took the House.

2. The FWiB.

3. My psychiatrist.

4. New shoes I needed.

5. People who can protest.

6. My kitties.

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