It’s always a downer when I can’t do the things I had planned to do. At these times I keep trying to remind myself that “there is your plan and then there is God’s plan.” or “You can’t always get what you want.” or “Everything happens for a reason.” or “Don’t Panic.” or “Life is like a box of chocolates, you’ll never know what you’re gonna get. [Because you threw out the insert and it isn’t printed anywhere on the box.]”

That’s something I struggle with all the time. Letting things go, going with the flow, or taking things as them come. Some days are better than others and I can deal with random things happening or surprises. Other days the unknown really freaks me out. Not getting somewhere on time or missing something I had planned on doing really gets me mopey. A lot of the time it is out of my control. Maybe that’s the real issue, not having control. Haha, sorry to go on and on!

In the last panel I drew myself using my nebulizer. You can read more about it HERE. I remember having one since I was little. If you’ve had asthma or bronchitis I’m sure you’ve had/seen one too. You put liquid medicine you hafto breathe in through this mask or mouth piece. It usually takes thirty minutes. Makes a lot of noise and can be very annoying. The doctor says it’s better than the inhaler so on days I don’t leave the house I get to use it. Perfect time to sit and think or watch a movie. I actually don’t have the mask at the moment. The inhaler mouthpiece needs to be held in place or between your teeth. I think I’ll play some more Pottermore while I’m using it and see what I do with my day from there.

Peace out!