Yesterday my legs felt so achy, it was as though a hippo had been bouncing up and down on them. To be honest, I’m not sure I’d call the police even if I woke up and there was a hippo on top of me. I think they’re currently preoccupied with people grassing up their neighbours for taking a second daily walk.
Yesterday I watched the first episode of a new Channel 4 show called Feel Good [stop reading now if you don’t want spoilers!]
… a lesbian comedy-drama about a drug addict. It was funny and touching. The very likeable protagonist gets a Narcotics Anonymous sponsor who tells her to keep busy to take her mind off drugs.
Here’s my To Do list for today:
- contact all my friends to see how they are
- work out with my mate Davina again
- tidy the kitchen
- keep reading Blinkist and make notes
- go to Tesco to buy veg (so stressful!)
- vacuum the house
- call Lily
- make a giant salad and eat it
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