Lately, I’ve been having trouble keeping track of
- the important news,
- what I need to remember,
- my own self care,
- other creatures’ needs,
- the differences between working from home and at the hospital,
- changing COVID precautions,
- what life was like before COVID,
- stuff which seems to disappear,
- changes in technology,
- my phone,
- what I want to watch on TV,
- books I want to read,
- new movies,
- my feelings,
- my thoughts,
- responses to my blog and my tweets,
- the past,
- the future,
- the precious current moment, and
- cat toys.
Yesterday, I was keeping track of many things in my office at the hospital…
… so I asked this question on Twitter:
People responded with practical solutions for keeping track of things as well as empathy for how keeping track can seem overwhelming.
Keeping track of the time, I need to finish this blog post before I start another work day (this time from home). Here are my other images for today:
Because I am keeping track of important days, I want to share that today is the marriage anniversary of my late parents, who always kept track of me.
Keeping track of my fondest memories, here’s what my father sang to my mother on one of their anniversaries, decades ago.
I’ll be keeping track of your comments and doing my best to respond to them when I can!
Many, many thanks for keeping track of me through this daily blog.