Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Anti-bugs (refer to post below)

How I am attempting to cure my mood:

1. Switch off my work computer.

2. Ask friend if we can make it another day please.

3.  Take Django outside for a walk round the garden and fill up the bird feeders.  Watching birds can bring a smile to my face no matter how down I am.

4. Light the woodburner.

5. Make a cup of tea.

6. Sit in front of woodburner with shoes off, reading about Homo erectus.

It's working so far...

8 comments:

  1. hmmmm, not a chocolate lover? I sometimes wrap aluminum foil around a bag of (Yummy) semi-sweet chocolate morsels and hide it in the back of the refrigerator just to be sure I have a dose at the ready!...it works for me! Love the evolution of man....is your photo part of your next assignment?

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  2. Yay for squashing the bugs in your mood!

    http://theadorkableditzmissteps.blogspot.com/

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  3. Karen: no I'm afraid I am a mutant woman who doesn't automatically turn to chocolate. Especially not since the jeans-label-changing incident! I've even got over my Minstrel phase - I've had an unopened packet on my coffee table for 2 weeks now...

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  4. Just reading the words Homo erectus brought a smile to my face! :D

    I'm a bit pissed off today too.

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  5. Karen, sort of - been reading about evolution, natural and sexual selection; moving on now to the evolving of Theory of Mind (essentially being able to 'walk in another man's mocassins' - I drew a man with mocassins in the margin!) and altruism.

    No time to get bored, that's for sure! :-)

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  6. Joey, every little bit helps...

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  7. Sadly my de-bugging is no longer an option. Used to sit curled up on the sofa reading a book all day, now I have a toddler and I have to put on the I'm OK face and hope I don't meet any annoying bus drivers.

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  8. Wow--nothing like taking matters into your own hands.

    Good girl!!
    And you were sent an intervention.
    Awwww.....how wonderful is that?!
    :-)

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