So tired. Just about keeping on top of work. Would be quite nice to come home to my family each night instead of going to hospital BUT he’s doing ok after a rough week last week and that keeps me going.
Oof, that’s bad. Of all the things to leave out. You can’t only clean up exclusively your own mess either - if I did that the house would still be 90% as messy as when I started. Not that I’m annoyed or anything.
nah man, each day is as valid as any other, if stuff like this doesn’t teach us to celebrate the joy of the minutae of our own everyday lives then it doesn’t teach us much - anodyne the fuck out of every waking moment
As for ‘resolving the situation’ …it’s one battle won and of course victories should be celebrated but it probably does need to be tempered with the fact that we haven’t succeeded in changing the law in El Salvador - we succeeded in getting Teodora’s sentence commuted to 10 years, she wasn’t pardoned or acquitted
…and there’s an even worse case (if you can imagine that, honestly I can’t even bring myself to post it on here, certainly not in the Friday thread) coming to trial in El Salvador next week that we’re frantically working on. So… swings and roundabouts innit. But yeah, today I’m just gonna bask in the glow of Teodora’s heroism and try and learn as much as I can about how amazing people can be even in the face of the most brutal oppression
Daily standups at work have taken a farcical/only semi serious ‘name something you appreciate’ at the end of your roundup. Today I stated I appreciate that I will not be made to list things I appreciate in the standups, ever.
Just been down the tip for the first time as an independent adult. Oh the fun of chucking a load of cardboard and polystyrene into big skips.
Bits of polystyrene all over the car now though. Hopefully there were no more mice hiding in boxes…
I know that Amnesty is the world’s largest repository of stories and case studies of the unspeakable brutality of states towards their subjects. But this is without doubt one of the most horrendous ones I’ve ever heard. What a remarkable woman.
say you’ve got friends visiting from the UK quite unexpectedly, and you’ve cancelled tonnes of plans including a concert that you’d already paid for to see them/accommodate them, would you feel aggrieved that they’d left to go on a day long activity without telling you because they couldn’t have possibly waited half an hour for you to finish work in the morning?