Wake up with a sore stomach and a headache. Mope about the house, put off doing the grocery shopping until I absolutely had to go. Get home, collapse on couch, put off getting ready for friend's daughter's party until I absolutely had to - contemplate calling in sick because of how I felt, then deciding to man up and get ready. Do makeup, get dressed, get on a bus into the city. Walk for ten minutes to the Eagle St Wharf where the Kookaburra Queen is berthed. Look around, wonder where everyone else is. Start messaging people like crazy "where are you?" Discover that the party is next weekend. Walk back to bus terminal, catch bus back home, arriving three and a half hours after I left.
Phishing emails are getting more and more sophisticated. Recently I had one from Spotify Support that looked so close to the real thing; even the links across the bottom (Contact Us; Download for Apple; Download for Android etc) went to a www.spotify URL - it was only if you looked closely you saw that the rest of it didn't make sense. The email stated that I had to reset my password because they'd changed it, due to it being the same password that was compromised on another site. Huh? But if you weren't paying too close attention, and not really thinking about it, you could be caught. I almost was.