It was a pajama day.
For the record, I did change out of my jim-jams today. I changed from a shorter pair of jammy pants to a longer, warmer pair of jammy pants and put on a different t-shirt, which I then covered with a sweatshirt, because suddenly it's all cold and fall like around here. And also, for the record, I showered and washed my hair and shaved my legs. And I put on a bra, which connotes some level of responsibility, right? But I wore pj's all day long.
Even though I spend the majority of my time at home these days I still make it a point to get dressed and do my hair and put on mascara because it makes me feel more like a human being who is an active part of society. I find that I am way more productive when I get myself ready for the day, even if it is just to fill out online job applications. But the odds were stacked against me today.
1.) It rained all day. I have mentioned here before that I have a made-up condition called weather paralysis which means that I feel like I am not capable of doing anything but eat cheese and watch Pride & Prejudice when it's cold and rainy.
2.) I have two of the largest zits that have ever sprouted on any face in the history of all zits. And faces. Which is a really long time. What I am saying is that they are enormous and if mascara and non-stretchy pants makes me feel human, these zits make me feel like an alien from the planet Sad And Tragic.
3.) Also from the planet Sad And Tragic, I woke up with a sty. Gah.
4.) Did I mention is was cold and rainy?
So, you see, it HAD to be a pajama day. And I did, in fact, eat cheese and watch Pride and Prejudice, all 5 hours, while hunched over my crafting desk, submerged in felt. Apparently I can be productive without mascara.