Note to Self

Fatigue has been setting in of late.

Burning the candle at both ends and slowly but surely burning out.

And yes, it’s the awful monotony of lockdown, the drudgery, the sheer endlessness of it all; but it’s also the things that I have been doing to fill the empty spaces that lockdown has allowed to emerge.

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