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What are some good things that happened today?
mightguy15 at 7:07PM, June 21, 2022
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I have created a similar thread elsewhere but felt that I should create one like this for more places than just on comicfury because some positive vibes can go a long way. What are some awesome things that happened to you today?
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Ironscarf at 7:33PM, June 21, 2022
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Today was a downer in many respects, but the moon is looking very cool tonight, big and golden, so I've been standing outside soaking up moon rays. After that I'm ready to take on the world, but I'll probably just go to bed instead as it's 4AM.
 
mightguy15 at 11:04PM, June 21, 2022
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Ironscarf wrote:
Today was a downer in many respects, but the moon is looking very cool tonight, big and golden, so I've been standing outside soaking up moon rays. After that I'm ready to take on the world, but I'll probably just go to bed instead as it's 4AM.

I'm a night person myself so I know the feel. The moon is absolutely gorgeous, And there's never been a More perfect time to stargaze as I hear that a point in time is going to come where people won't be able to see stars anymore.

Gn And I hope Tomorrow is better for you.
lothar at 6:20AM, June 22, 2022
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I went to the space museum. It was kinda meh and I feel asleep during the movie about the space elevator but there was air conditioning. Had a picnic with strawberry wine in the middle of a roundabout.All around a good day
Andreas_Helixfinger at 7:43AM, June 22, 2022
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Today has been a bit bothersome. My head has been very, very, very bitchie today. Thoughts like “your comic writing is all done wrong!”, “you're not doing enough for the DD awards!”, “your not doing enough for the world!”, “why are the themes in your comics so middle of the road when they should be all radical and stick it to the man a lot more!”

All that aside I'm really enjoying this new black out curtain I've bought. Makes it a lot easier to sleep without having so much sunlight coming in. Also I'm happy that I got my colonoscopy done last friday and I'm currently medicating my Ulcerative Colitis (Don't Google it!!!), which seems to be taking that problem in the right direction.
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bravo1102 at 9:42AM, June 22, 2022
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Got to work with a massive dizzy spell, extreme eye pain with light and sound sensitivity and nausea. Took some Excedrin and worked through it. Feeling almost alive. Cloudy, threat of rain does this to me. I can push through it but really leaves me wondering why I bother.

Let's not go into how my comic has gone into the toilet. Eight hundred page views dropped to eighteen in two weeks? WTF? What happened?
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usedbooks at 10:08AM, June 22, 2022
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I finally spoke to a doctor (endocrine specialist) who I felt actually listened to me and knows what he's doing. For the first time in my life (regarding medical care), I don't feel like I'm imagining things or being dismissed.

(I'm scheduled to have a bunch of lab work to figure out which of my glands is misbehaving.)

After the appointment, my parents took me out for a small steak, which was very good. And my sister bought me some Sims 4 expansions for my birthday. I'm just about to give them a try.

Ironscarf at 7:31AM, June 23, 2022
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I took a short walk and look what I found by the local scrapyard.



I have no special interest in motorcycles, but this gorgeous machine made my day.
 
Ironscarf at 10:45AM, June 28, 2022
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Went to visit the last resting place of thirties crooner Al Bowlly today, who was killed by a German parachute mine in the blitz. It was proving very hard to find, but as it turned out I was in the wrong cemetery, which was then raided by the police because it was full of glue sniffers, or whatever they sniff these days.

I finally found the right cemetery and was able to pay my respects to Mr Bowlly, so persistence paid off in the end, though not for the persistent substance abusers.
 

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