nick730 (nick730) wrote,

Happy happy, joy joy

Tomorrow I'm back at work. I could quite happily do with another week off but, oddly enough, I've not been down about it today. Maybe I've managed to successfully put it to the back of my mind, and then won't sleep tonight dreading the morning; I don't know. But for the time being, I've been pretty inexplicably upbeat. I only really noticed it when I was in the supermarket this lunchtime, and was practically skipping around the aisles. I don't think it was excitement about having bought dried apricots (although you betcha I did get some dried apricots!)

The weather got worse in the afternoon, really pissing it down, but since I didn't have to go out it wasn't a problem. If it's like this tomorrow it's a whole different story, but for me Sunday indoors with loads of rain outside is a great time. So I just got cosy, did some posts on here, had some lunch and watched The Skeleton Key (I enjoyed it, it's the sort of horror film I like, not so much concerned with making you jump but more about a creepy story and making you work out the clues. Plus Peter Sarsgaard to look at, you can't go wrong there. And to Penny yes, I did guess the twist, but not until pretty much all the clues had been given.)

So anyway, was I happy 'cause I lost weight even when on holiday? 'Cause of the cosy weather? 'Cause I got rid of Penny? (Joke!) 'Cause of the dried apricots? I think I was just happy 'cause somedays you're happy, just like sometimes you're down just 'cause you're down. And I think it's good to keep a record of the times when you're happy. I don't want to be the kind of person who imposes his mood on others, whether that be friends or the three people on the internet reading this, when he needs some emotional support from them, and then doesn't share the smilies around as well. Tomorrow I may well be fuming and raging (it's pretty likely, when I see how much work I need to catch up with) but for the time being, here you go:


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