I finished Unfollow by Megan Phelps-Roper today, and I wanted to write about it because it is such a powerful book, one that I feel many people could learn from and one that deserves to be read by as wide an audience as possible.
A bit of a stressful week this time, with buying a new laptop proving frustrating, and my issues with funding my university course still unresolved. Despite those major irritations, I have rediscovered my writing fire, while still finding time to enjoy things in life.
Steve Bruce's Newcastle are epitomised by his handling of Joelinton, with defeat at Sheffield United the final straw. At least the frustration that club makes me feel led to me updating my website, while Call the Midwife also lifted my mood with their wonderful portrayal of someone with Down's syndrome.
I received the Pfizer vaccine yesterday, only to be immediately told to self-isolate upon returning home. At least it meant watching some decent films and spending time with my beautiful kitten.
Lawes' online journals begin with the stresses of university, the irritating aspects of being on-hold over the phone, the positives of home-schooling and the entertainment he has enjoyed this week.