When you watch snow, as pretty as it is, it can be rather damaging. Even though the flurry of harmless flakes are beautiful, things are slippery, dangerous, and enough of them accumulated cause an avalanche of destruction.
A lot like some of the committees I deal with at work.
Some days, it’s hard to see how things are going to get better. Made a thousand times more difficult if you’re stuck under a depressive haze, whether it’s a temporary one or a long term imbalance.
But sometimes, you catch glimpses of the things on the horizon. And while they may not be perfect, sometimes a little hope is all you need.
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WHY ARE YOU DOING IT AT 11PM ON A WEDNESDAY???
I get a lot done working at home. Usually the stupid things that require enough concentration to get done that people wandering in and out of my office pull my attention away from.
Though now I have an idiot cat yelling his fool head off at me, so I don’t know that this is better.
It’s a little disconcerting when the same traffic that took 3 hours to get through Friday added no time at all to our travel Monday…
Toronto, you’re a mess. Get your shit together.
Who has two thumbs and got her winter tires on the day before the first freezing rain and snowfall of the year?
Mwahahaha. I win.
I don’t know why, but for some reason I can’t even seem to pack a bag for a weekend without over thinking the shit out of it lately.
I really need to figure out how to shut my brain off again.
And get back to the gym…
And get back to yoga…
This stuff will all sort itself out eventually, right?