I'm trying not to be one of those people who say "It's August already! Time flies!" when clearly this year feels like the worst year for everybody in the world. There was a point a few weeks ago where I decided to stop watching the news on TV entirely because everything looked bad. We need more positive news, please.
That being said, at least we got a new Harry Potter book this year, though it's not a novel but a drama script. I'm not 100% satisfied with it, but that's a story for another time. As for now, let's just appreciate this excerpt:
Boy do I miss Sassy Minerva so much (and also Sassy Dowager Countess).
Also, I finally went to the gym and tried a belly dance lesson (I know, right???). Halfway through it I realised that belly dancing was NOT for me. I was SO BAD at moving my hips and I looked totally awkward and stupid that I won't be going to that class ever again.
Nope. Not for me. I'll just switch back to running on the treadmill (and maybe a Zumba or aerobic class?)
There was one morning a few days ago when I couldn't get up from bed because Jessi was lying on my chest. She has become so heavy after being spayed and I was too lazy to make an effort to get her off my chest, so I took a few more minutes in bed taking pictures of her and editing them on Prisma.
This has been my newest favourite app of all time because it makes Jessi look even more fabulous and majestic than she already is! My favourite one is the top right. I'm now using it as both my phone and laptop wallpaper.
Talking about cat... Looks like Jessi and Chop-Chop will have to share the house with another kitty for the next few years as I took this little baby in on Thursday. I found him crying beside a road near my mum's house. There were no other kittens and the mother was also nowhere to be found. He sounded hungry and was covered by ants. I took him home and bottle fed him. The plan is to foster him until he can eat canned food and poop + pee on the litter box, then after that my mum will adopt him.
He looks a lot like Ed Sheeran, doesn't he? It's been 72 hours and both he and I have been doing just fine. I've never taken care of orphaned kittens before. I kinda feel proud of myself right now.
Last but not least, I want to emphasise that global warming is real, you guys. It's August yet somehow it's still wet season here in Bandung. The dry season should've started as early as April, but nope. Still raining. I miss the sun and I want to go swimming, but as for now I'd just cuddle with my little Ed Sheeran. (No, that's not his name. His actual name is Asoy.)
So how's your August been so far?
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