I slept well last night.
While I spend time with my mom, David and I are still apart. We’ve returned to our middle distance relationship habit of communicating via Google Chat.
Mom is doing better. Her walking improved and the wound-draining slowed.
I filled my day with mini projects from work, school and life around me.
Today’s work-related Google searches:
“learn to love social media scheduling”
“how to have a regular relationship with social media for your business”
“how to post regularly on social media and enjoy it”
“hate doing social media scheduling?”
My current class is challenging me to think about library planning, marketing and assessment – and how that can be applied to my current political action work for libraries.
Other items on the highlights reel:
- making marshmallows in the fireplace
- driving old blue and hiking in the UConn Forest
- attending online synchronous class session
- veggies burgers and spaghetti
- finally starting laundry from the California trip
I liked hearing the sound of UConn marching band rehearsal through the woods during my hike. I messaged with David about career and family planning.
Plugging along with husbometer data from a distance. I guess I should leave categories blank when we’re doing distance?
|Sex (Quantity, Quality)||10/23/18||6|
|Fitness & Health||10/23/18||6|
|Dealing w/ Everybody Else||10/23/18||0.6||6|
It causes me to realize that my husbometer categories are flawed. Reality may necessarily cause us to break from reporting in some of these categories. It also challenges me to consider management of my own expectations. What would happen if I ranked these categories in terms of importance to me? Why would I rank them that way?
- Fitness and health
The “little things” and “friendship” categories are similar, I’m realizing. In recording data, I’ve also noted a relationship between the friendship and communication categories.
Communication is increasingly important to me. So much revolves around communication: emotions, trust, sense of friendship, support, self, and future direction.
Fitness and health comes next. We lose a lot without some steady investment in that category. Sex is related to this category, and I think I take it for granted that this category consistently skews above-average…
My criteria for rating each category is a little willy-nilly. It’s based on memory and instinct.