Imagined danger and nervousness. Imagined danger and worry. Imagined danger and fear.
That’s where my brain is at 3 something this morning.
Most of it comes down to money, honestly. I’m on this trip and taking the trip to Portland this weekend is slightly anxiety-inducing. How much do I need to bring with me? What all am I going to get myself into while I’m there? Do I have enough time off to head up there tonight or do I wait until super early tomorrow? Do I drive all the way into the city or do I park somewhere and talk public transportation? Do I spend the night or do this in a day?
That’s where my brain is this morning. I’m worried the paperwork I did won’t go through the system.
On a good note: I have to finish my paperwork and then submit it to school for in state tuition because I got financial aid for another year. I have nine classes to go and my hopefully new position when I get back will help with some of the costs.
Sigh. Happy Friday.
Listening to: Ray and Ethan laughing at me typing. “You’re killing your keys!”
Reading: The Tragedy Paper by Elizabeth Laban and Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop
Quote of the Day: “The greatest discovery of any generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering the attitudes of their minds.” ― Albert Schweitzer