Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair


My mum just rang to invite me to a gig: Thea Gilmore in Manchester, Friday 1st July. Some sort of festival. Tempting. Very. But it's the week after Glasto so I shall be knackered and I declined. Shame she doesn't seem to be touring anywhere else this summer. She was fabulous at the Folk Fest last year.

Today has mostly been characterised by tiredness and an associated complete inability to type. I mean appallingly bad typing. I wish I could even work out how I managed to type "©ool" into irc earlier. I did however have a small victory this afternoon in actually making myself go in and tell Caroline I was struggling to get anything done and ask for some hints on small things I could be getting on with, and even managed to get on to an extent. It felt like a huge step.

Quiet night in with telly tonight: with thanks to Ross for lending us Saturday's Dr Who and a rather entertaining CSI: they seem to love cases with odd fetishes. I remember the Furry one, and this on was Infantilism. And LSD. A scary combination. Anyway, only one CSI tonight, for some reason Miami has moved to Wednesdays for the time being. So I can get an early night and maybe catch up on sleep a little. Amusingly despite the jetlag Mike slept better than I did last night! And turfed me out bright and early (by my standards) in the morning so he could get another hour's kip without my snooze alarm keeping disturbing him. Bless.

Moods still swinging and round and round, and probably will be for a bit yet. Kind of complicated. But I do feel loved, which makes all the difference in coping with it.

  • You say goodbye?

    And I say hello! I've been having a bit of a friends-list tidy, with the intention of removing everyone who either no longer posts anything, or who…

  • Time for migration

    Livejournal's new Terms of Service (which I've had to agree to in order to read about them and post this) are not to my taste. I've been here a long…

  • Thoughts on abortion on International Women's Day

    Larissa Nolan writes in the Irish Times about being a non-religious pro-life supporter in the current climate, and how she finds the rhetoric of…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.