So my writing muse went missing again.
Summer, hormones, the move to a new apartment consumed me)) Then, in my new place I was either too sick and preoccupied with my ailments or happy to be recovering and enjoying my quiet time alone. Taking baths, cooking, crafting... ok, eating like a pig, too, perhaps
And when I'm all energetic and feel that I can be productive and concentrate on smth I work on my sites. There's always a lot to improve.
Started exercising again - that's a good sign. I'm beginning to feel like maybe I'm getting back on track. Talking about tracks, got this forwarded to me today:
An Emergency Call Centre worker in London, England has been dismissed from her job, much to the dismay of colleagues who are reportedly unhappy with her treatment.
It seems a male caller dialled 999 from a mobile phone stating, "I am depressed and lying here on a railway track. I am waiting for the train to come so I can finally meet Allah."
Apparently "remain calm and stay on the line" was not considered to be an appropriate or correct response.
In general, it felt most of the time I had stuff I wanted to complain about or express my joy about, but nothing much intelligent to say on either of the experiences))) Sort of like primitive people: 'Fire hot! Water wet!'
So I enjoy the big bath tub in my new place and serenity and ice-cream and dry wine with nice music. Hot and wet and all in one))) Also, quiet neighbours and air-conditioning and being able to sleep normally.
And being sick reminded me in more vivid details of how vulnerable and unreliable our health is and what I have to "look forward to" in the future and how much of my income it will consume.
Well, gotta have some of that optimism bias and convince myself I'm going to be among the lucky ones.
Flattering question (unless it was supposed to end with "Good, don't! :D" )
Maybe... not smth I'm planning any time soon though.
Thanks, then I'd be -$10 less in debt after investing into publishing
You'd be bored though, because I'd have to include dozens of quotes that you've posted on your blog