Where’d the time go?

I knew it had been more than a few weeks since I’d started working from home, but when I asked the Google gods how long it was since March 23 I was not prepared for 9 weeks. Wow! Where did that time go?

I know since working from home slowly but surely I have noticed dates have sort of vaporised for me, this became evident Friday week ago when all of a sudden my housemate’s birthday happened, I only knew because Facebook kindly informed. I think isolation and spending so much time away from normal activities, plus work really being standard day-to-day activities lately, this has contributed to my not focusing on dates quite so much.

I don’t know things will get any better with the weather getting darker and wetter now winter approaches. Before I know it the year will have passed in the blink of an eye, they always joke by the time you’re in your forties it’s all downhill from there, is this it haha 😂

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