just make some plans.
The saying goes something like that. I’m too tired to look it up.
I had told the kids “do not wake me” this morning. I said it half jokingly in a very stern manner, but then again I was only joking slightly.
So there it is, at least 2 hours before I wanted to wake up and I hear someone throwing up. I immediately wake up to see the little one hunched over telling me her tummy hurts. And then let’s it out right on the floor.
Good morning to me. Lol
I get her a bucket and situate her comfortably on the couch with a glass of colloidal and a blanket. She perks up immediately.
Then I get to cleaning the small mess.
I tell her as lovingly as I can, while still half asleep, that she needed to wake me up. That she can’t take away my official title of “waker upper when kids are sick”. She shook her head and told me that was way too long to be an official title and that I must be joking around.
Sometimes I wish they could stay sweet like this forever.
So the dating app says for better success to make contact once a day. But I’m not having another marathon like I did yesterday.
I enjoy the banter. I enjoy the compliments. I even enjoy the awkward questions. Like having to tell someone exactly why I can’t drink because they specifically asked. But so much time on the app is exhausting.
I know people tend to lie, exaggerate and omit a lot of things. I’m under no obligation to be honest but I also don’t feel under any obligation to be anyone but myself. If someone doesn’t like me for me, oh well.
Here are some photos I took yesterday. One of which is up on the dating app. Bet you can guess which one. Lol
I don’t generally take pictures of myself. It isn’t my thing at all. But I don’t not do it purposefully. It just rarely occurs to me.
I used to take more pictures when I was on FetLife and feeling super sexy. But that was seriously an anomaly and I was also trying to monetize that somehow. So there was an added incentive to those pictures. I’m really just much more of a live in the moment person and I tend to forget to take a picture to remember those moments.
I wish I was a nap person.