… A day can change so drastically from start to finish and for no real good reason at all.
I was crabby this morning, dragging myself to work against my wishes after waking up an hour before I needed to because my bodies stupid like that. Then at work, joyous work, the banter around me was twisting my nerve with every word coming out of their mouths. And I’m getting quite tired of the expected norm. I may just start voicing my angst.
Other thoughts and situations provoked my irritation throughout the day and I didn’t really have a better outlook going home than I had coming in today. But when I got home, somehow it all escaped me as if I had forgotten why I was so disgruntled throughout the day – as if the day hadn’t actually drained me. It’s like something in my brain said, “Okay stop, this is stupid,” and my aggression just faded.
I like when my “self” corrects itself and doesn’t drag out for days. 🙂
I bought two new books this weekend – If I stay by Gayle Forman and The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan. I’m not sure why I bought two at the same time because now I don’t know which one to read first. And I still have The Law of Nines by Terry Goodkind to read, but its mass is intimidating me right now. Experience reading his work tells me to hold off a bit unless I want to completely abandon my own book for two weeks to finish his (which I’m not prepared to do at the moment).
Off to watch LOST. I can’t express how sad I am to see it coming to an end, but all great things must end so…
Peace – Sarah