I won't have any TAing next semester and will be picking up intro Latin and Classical Greek courses. It's not much, two hours per week each, but it's something I've been turning over in my mind for a while. I did some Latin almost a decade ago, Greek is almost entirely new. Suffices to say it's exciting.
Sold my RPG books, save for Cyberpunk 2020 stuff (Night City guide is a goldmine for story prompts) and core rulebook to Warhammer Fantasy (1st edition!). Aside from the fact I can almost recite them backward from memory at this point, there's no real chance I'm gonna find another group. Frankly, I don't have it in me to keep trying. Didn't have a good game in over a year. Got a decent buck out of them, had my fun, let them serve new people.
Finally started picking up the pace on my reading. Though I like to put more emphasis on quality than quantity, it's nice to finally eliminate some of it. I think it's what I really lacked recently: sense of accomplishing something, anything really.
Meds are fucky. It's not fog or weird body sensations, those went mostly away pretty quickly and/or get dealt with. I basically freeze for hours, thinking and almost not noticing the passage of time. It's like falling into the flow or slipstream against my will. Can't decide if it's good or bad. Just is.