I also need to finish at least one portrait for the doctor who con coming up Thursday, start packing, and tidy up the house which has gotten messy again between baking with one functional arm, turning bathroom into cat quarantine area, and my typical messiness when I'm in a hurry and/or getting migraines with no energy to put things away.
Also there is a special Pokémon go event this weekend, which involves trading and/or sending gifts, and since next weekend I will be at the con during community day and will not have time to catch lots of the critter of the month who can evolve into something great, I want to trade all my garbage stats version of that critter to other people for their garbage versions of the same critter, since stats reroll when they're traded. Which means I need to get out this afternoon to do some Pokémon.
I think my goal to get up to 50km in walking this week is gonna have to go by the wayside, which is a pity, as I was up to 34 by the end of Thursday. (Admittedly a bit of that was driving around the neighborhood or parking lots, since I think it counts when moving under 15kph , but most of it was on foot.)
At any rate, that is too much stuff to get done today. Specially since I feel a migraine coming on.
So another day is going to go by in which I do not get to things that I keep saying "I need to get to that." So here's the "keep remembering this until you have a chance to do it" To Do list:
-Mintywolf's Patreon and Dirty Paws project. For some reason I am terrible about keeping up with Patreon when I am on mobile, and I seem to be on mobile most of the time these days
- Rina has recced some fic, including an FFV fic I should definitely read
- Owlmoose says DW takes markup, and I already forget how to activate it, and I also forget most of the commands, but they are easier than typing/dictating html on ipad (Which works with the HTML editor but not the rich text editor). I need to make myself a cheat sheet in the notes app.
- flipping keep up my doctor who DW.
-flipping keep up with my DW friends page.
PS I use Siri dictation more and more, and I don't always remember to go back and see what bizarre transcription mistakes she's made. Even when I do, my vision is 2040, so I miss things. Therefore, if my sentences start sounding drunk, try reading them aloud and imagining what a computer hears somebody saying with a muddy American accent and a slightly stuffy nose. Apologies, but at least the mistakes may be entertaining.