Wyvern Wednesdays: May 5th

F eeling: I vacillate between frightened (that this is my new normal; that this disease is eating away at my brain; that I'll have to once again abandon my dreams for the future) and hopeful (that I'll adjust with enough time; that this is actually something treatable impacting my chronic illnesses rather than a progression of them; that this is just my brain/body dealing with decades of repressed emotions and masking for survival). Which by itself is pretty exhausting. T hinking about: How things work in the South: I did research and made a bunch of calls and couldn't get a primary care dr appt before June 29th. I got my haircut and complained of this to my stylist and she recommended her doc (who is old-school cash-only and has no website). I've now got an appointment to see him tomorrow . P lotting:  W orking on: More BuJo spreads! This isn't exactly accurate for sheening inks, as the journal paper is too absorbent to show those off. But I saw this idea on Pinter

Gimme Your Themed Read-a-Thon Recs

Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal

Wyvern Wednesdays: April 28th

Thoughts On Being Alone

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

Wyvern Wednesdays: April 21st

What's Sophrona Up To?

Outlander Kitchen: To The New World and Back Again by Theresa Carle-Sanders

Wyvern Wednesdays: April 14th