If you follow along with my Stories then you know I had a Big Bad panic attack last Sunday - the kind I mercifully only get once or twice a year - and ever since I've been laid out by my first Multi-Day Migraine.
Lemme first say to all of you who deal with these monsters on a regular basis:
Godspeed. How do you do this.
As rough as the last few weeks have been, though - zigzagging through hormone swings and depression and now into panic and pain - it's OK. I'm actually OK. I see brighter skies ahead. I've been resting up and being extra lazy/gentle with myself, trying to be patient as my body works out all the random adrenaline shakes and tears and need for more sleep, all while binging Critical Role, reading actual books, and avoiding looking at screens as much as possible.
The light sensitivity seems the most cruel, of course, since I live my life looking at screens. So the other night as I was propped up in bed with an ice pack on my eyes, John started describing some absolutely hysterical photos he'd just found on Facebook. Soon we were both cackling, and even though I hadn't actually SEEN any of them yet, I asked him to get permission to share them here with you guys.
So without further ado, allow me to present one of the FOE Scavenger Hunt Challenges. (As narrated by John, because I'm already exceeding my screen time for today, ow.)
Uhh, hi. This is john (thoJ) here. I've never written anything on Epbot before. I'm scared.
Maybe we should just start. The FOE Scavenger Hunt is another fan-run Facebook group, and there are a lot of these photos, so I'll try to give you a good variety.
First one of my favorites, the Icing Bracelet:
I think even her ring is icing, so funny.
Several people used Jen's Flip Flop Tutorial.
Some members put their team logo in the picture collage.
If you're wondering why there's a Mr. T with a beak.
I love that Dominique even managed to make her "wreck" lovely:
I was happy to see a few Melted Crayon Art entries:
Let's hope that's crayon, anyway.
I was laughing so hard trying to explain this to Jen: