Ha... There's nothing quite like a long, hot shower - and possibly just a tiny spot of midro
the night before - what? it helps
. - to make it all better, if you've woken up feeling not quite all right. (Well, as I was falling asleep yesterday night I'd also planned to get up early and try jogging as well, but I promptly talked myself out of it as soon as I woke up. This time the excuse was "now, let's not start too many things all at once." I'm not exactly sure what 'other things' my brain was referring to, but I didn't question it too closely.) Other things that I should list under the cheerer-upper category should probably be getting to wear a t-shirt without
a long-sleeved one underneath for the first time, this season (okay, so maybe I'm not that
hard to cheer up), and changing bedclothes/vacuuming around/opening the window to change the air. (I basically said that cleaning one's room/house makes persons feel better. I'm aware of that fact. I'm also aware that I'm a pretty weird cookie, and that I don't really care enough to do anything about it. ;) And anyway, try telling me that breathing fresh air does nothing to improve your mood. :P)
There are also some little rl facts I could tell you about - I actually might - but it all comes down to the fact that, when you think about it, just a little more levity would make life that much better. People take themselves way too seriously. Most times it's really
not the end of the world.
Now - there is this meme I've seen randomly popping up on my friends list every now and then. I avoided doing it for the longest time, because you're always alternatively thinking that one of the points might be about you, or that you might not be there at all and you feel like a fool, etc etc etc, so I'd decided against it for the longest time.
Then? I realized that, after all, I'm too much of a bitch not to do it - exactly for the reasons listed above. :D (Reason. That's just one. But you know what I mean.) If anything, I've refrained from telling actually bad stuff... but that's mostly because it's a lot more fun telling the interesting parties directly, if there are bad things to be said.
The Paranoia Meme!
- ( I really like you. We don't know each other... )
- ( I never expected you to become so important to me, you know? )
- ( I used to be sure you couldn't stand me much. )
- ( I used to be sure you were a man. )
- ( I STILL can't get over it. )
- ( I used to think that talking in English, especially on the phone, was for the most part just an awkward matter. )
- ( And you are someone else... )
- ( I adore you! )
When I was planning it, I'm rather sure there were other people I wanted to talk about... oh, well. Anyway, believe me, it was HARD not thrusting a OMG I HATE YOU SO MUCH!!1! in there, just for the hell of it. And to see if anyone would go "Is number # about me...?
" I am most definitely Not About giving you hints other than what I've said above, which in some cases are more than enough. Then again... I suppose I do have a tendency to come clean about practically everything, if given enough time. If I were you, I wouldn't be surprised if five years from now I'll start saying stuff like "Do you remember that old old anonymous meme? Number #? That was you."
Taking as a given that I haven't told you already and I've forgotten about it. Well, it happened. (Several times.)
Changing subject again - in the end, I didn't submit anything to Kissybook. I didn't notice that the first version was way too little until it was too late... and I didn't manage to get anywhere close finishing the second, bigger one by the date it should have been due. I did collect an awful number of tutorials, though - look! A whole page
of them! - and they definitely will come in handy, so yay. ;)
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand...wellymuck is starting again!