Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維 (webcowgirl) wrote,
Web Cowgirl 衛 思 維

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It can't be hormones

Spent the day feeling down and got downer as the day went on. Did get some gardening done, actually started on the waterproofing, but wound up cancelling happy hour since I didn't want to go anywhere (I don't want to say I didn't want to leave the house, but maybe it could be interpreted like that). Some time in the afternoon I found out that I wasn't going to be working on Monday either, and only possibly on Tuesday. I followed up on the *$$ job immediately after that, and I was told that they expected to hear something back on Monday about that. I'm more interested than ever.

Then found out around six that Worthy Opponent's best friend at work got laid off, and my mood really went downhill ... I felt stricken. I couldn't concentrate on doing the tile anymore ... I kept forgetting where I was and going over the same spots ... I finally gave up on the tiling, and for that matter, gave up on going out to a movie and just kept plowing through my book. When he got home at 8 (he needed to fix a project that didn't quite come together correctly ... so it's a good thing I bagged on Happy Hour), we went to Mesob and talked about what happened. I felt so terrible about his friend - he's got two kids that have big medical bills, I'm not sure about how his current skills are going to fly on the market, and basically I think he was being scape-goated for the company's generally fucked-up process.

Anyway, this all just killed my desire to go out and do anything tonight, so I spent my evening reading on the couch. Sadly, around 1 AM I got to see my very old cat come all the way out to the living room to pee on the carpet. I don't know what to make her do to stop it, but it's wreaking havoc on the floors underneath as well as ruining the rug. I hate the idea of keeping her locked up in the back bedroom, but what am I supposed to do otherwise? I really don't want to put her to sleep but she is wrecking my living room and making my house the kind of place I do not want to have people come visit. I'll see what the report from teh vet has to say ... maybe there's some kind of food I can give her that will encourage her to pee correctly, and get her to pee less.

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