There was a bit of wind. The wind blew the cover off the pool. Belovedest put the cover back on the pool. In the next 20 minutes, the wind had grabbed the pool cover, and the strings or something caught on the valve to the air ring, and opened the valve. The air ring deflated, and the pool began slowly pouring itself out. Ooops. Belovedest moved it to a better spot in the yard. When we have a reasonable opportunity, and a reasonable expectation of high temperatures, we'll refill.
I found some of the disc binder rings that I'd gotten during the last round of bullet journal type enthusiasm, and have now cheerfully bound up some of my recent adventures in daily log/to-do items. I'm also branching out into longer term sorts of sheets, like my media room project layout, and other fun stuff. I also got some inexpensive alcohol markers, and I have been having fun doing little illustrations. I've also been looking up fonts and previewing them, on https://www.1001freefonts.com/ , and using that to inspire some of my lettering. (There has been a small influx of "live laugh love" aesthetic, but only a little. I'm keeping it under control.) Occasionally I will post pictures to Twitter.
Monday, Belovedest had off and was reading stuff on the big screen. They came across "How to Deal with Clutter When You Have ADHD", from How to ADHD. https://youtu.be/0mCr5tqtiMg
The thesis is that there are two types of clutter: active/dynamic/in-use, and static/in the way/avoided. (And the overwhelm-avoidance cycle.) So there needs to be (at least) two strategies for handling them. The cup you need because you're hydrating while working is (technically speaking) not what I would call clutter, but it is what Nora's housemate's late mother would have called clutter. And then there's the stuff that's been there so long that your brain has stopped indexing it.
So without really planning to, Monday turned into a whole-household cleaning project. I tidied around my couch seat and then spent a significant chunk of time on sequencing, scanning, and disc-binder punching my daily pages. (Honestly those keep me about as far on track as I'm going to get without much heavier medication, and I'm not sure my NP would go for that.)
Belovedest got some things off the dragon-sized chair and then settled in to help Alex with their room. I peeked in every now and again. Boxes and miscellaneous cardboard lined the hall, having been unpacked! Books were being shelved! Clothes folded! Items that had been "decorated" with slightly used cat food (poor Escape Calico, her digestive system hates her) were lined up for washing! Whee!
Yesterday I was fairly flattened, but did manage to get out to pick up prescriptions. I'm vaguely hopeful that eventually they will start to line up, but right now I feel like we're picking up things on a weekly basis. When I got home, the internet was out so I played clickygames on my phone and then napped.