The Day After

Hey everyone, how are you?

It’s the day after the funeral and I am back home, wanting to just relax and allow myself to chill after an emotional day.

Today

I don’t have to go out today, as far as I know and although I have some appointments, I can spend the day by myself. Which is something I want to do so that I can sit and process my emotions and how yesterday went. It was a lovely service, given the circumstances and I was glad that I was able to say goodbye. It was also good to see family and have a catch up despite the sad occasion. After the wake mum and I came home. It was about a hour and a half to two hour drive each way, so, was pretty tired when we got home. Yesterday evening I just collapsed in front of the television and didn’t do much else before going to sleep.

I do have a couple of things to do at home, I have a meeting to go to and a doctor appointment at some point. It will be good to talk to other people and to speak to my doctor who has been on leave so doesn’t know what has been going on lately. Aside from that I may write throughout the day, but then again I may just read, drum or play video games. I don’t want to plan out my day too much as I want to have the option rather than the regime of a schedule. If I do write it will be on the novel and that will be fun to do. I am getting back into it and liking how it is shaping. I know that I have the short story to complete as well, so I may do some of that to. I’m just going to take the day as it comes.

Thank you for reading and I hope that you have a good day.

Annette

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