Mostly recovered from the disease. Still need to ramp up my exercise again. I'm very glad that I had built up some muscle. It made the illness slightly easier to deal with. It's frustrating losing some mass but that's what we work out for. To maintain a certain level of health when things go sideways.
It is interesting to think that what's inside me was once inside a pangolin. (or something)
UGH! I finally got infected with COVID19. I'm at day five and each day the symptoms of the previous day abate and are replaced with new ones. The fever is mostly fading away (although it's hard to tell because the weather in Ipswich is absurdly hot). The energy is through the floor. I'd glad I was doing some exercise before this happened. I wouldn't be able to get out of bed otherwise. Ultimately I'm starting to feel like all those lockdowns and vaccines might have been worth it.
One thing this year has done to me is I feel like I'm not interested in learning new things. I desire comfortable activities that don't require a lot of extra training. Which is odd because I've always liked learning new things. Perhaps it's my devotion to finishing things that I've been trying to cultivate. Maybe give some room to one and lose to the other.
I am feeling the weight of many commitments at the moment. I need to get on top of a couple of them in order to feel confident with the others. The anxiety of knowing logically that I can do all these these but the weird sensation of a goblin climbing around inside me slowing things down.