I’m Tired, but I went to the Library!

Hi everyone! I hope you’ve all been well. I’ve been surprisingly busy these past few days, in happy ways.

Today’s tired face:

First off, I went to the local library yesterday. I had an urging to go and behold! I found six (yes, six!) books to read, including one from the Dalai Lama. I was so happy to have gone. I’m already half way through the Dalai Lama’s book, and started two others.

Here are the four nonfiction books that I borrowed!

Today, I went to a knitting club with my wifey. It was lovely! I met a local Buddhist who had been to retreats in Nepal. They were very excited to meet someone else who wasn’t a Christian (though I didn’t tell her that I’m just an eclectic mass of neopaganism). I had a lovely time, and my wifey wants me to go back so that I have social practice, haha.

On the other hand, yesterday (during the day) I started working on my comics again. I found it went very well, crunching down a whole 1,000 word section into tiny sketches. I wish I could work on it again today, or even that I could write. But I’m under the weather in an anxious and tired kind of way. I missed my morning and afternoon prayers, and just feel like reading. I don’t feel like I have the energy for anything else, especially not anything creative. In short, the knitting club took a lot out of me! I tend to get very excited before events like this, so that takes up a bunch of energy I suppose.

Anyways, I’m off to read. I wish you all the best. Take care everyone!


  1. Forestwood says:

    Happy reading!! Reading broadens the mind! The Buddhist group sounds interesting.

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    1. Michael says:

      Thank you! Reading is awesome 🙂


      1. Forestwood says:

        Glad there are some of us left. So many just read snippets now

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      2. Michael says:

        Actually, I’ve heard that reading is on the rise, making it easier for small independent bookstores to survive! Libraries arent on the rise, though, but reading is. People just buy their books now instead of going to the libraries.

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