Wednesday, August 31, 2005

In a funk...

I'm in a funk, it seems. Getting upset over little things, and that sort of shit. Funks are obnoxious in my world. Thankfully, they pass relatively quickly, and life rolls along in it's merry way.

I'm going to work through lunch today to make up for the hour I lost yesterday at my interview (I was gone for 2 hours all together), my coworker has gone to grab the Chinese food we ordered, which is incredibly sweet of her I think, and hopefully tonight, I'll be able to hang out with a couple of friends while I have a beer at the Moose to mull over this whole New Orleans situation. The ripple effect is just starting to be realized, so I can only imagine what the news will be reporting by the end of the business day.

If necessary, I'll just cry again a bit tonight. That helped me feel a bit better last night, along with an early morning workout this morning. I don't know why that happens every now and then. I just feel the need to cry...and last night, I could feel myself holding back from letting it out, and I remember telling myself that it needed to happen, and then I just opened it up. It came and went for about and hour and a half, and I just kept the kleenexes handy and let it go. Then I crawled into bed, read my book for about 20 minutes, and then shut off the light.

Nothing really wears me out more than dealing with a bit of overdue emotion. Dig it. (Sort of.)

That's it for me right now. I've got a report that's slowly compiling, and I need to check it again to see if it's ready to cooperate yet. I hate waiting.


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