Thursday, September 17, 2009
Three Thing Thursday
Did somebody add a couple of Thursdays to the regular week? Am I stuck in the movie Groundhog Day? Because I could have sworn the last Thursday was only a day or so ago, and according to the calendar it's Thursday again.
That means it's Three Thing Thursday, where I share three things and you share three things, anything you want.
1. I'll spare you from stating one obvious thing, which is who knew it was possible to say the word "Thursday" four times in three sentences? How about "three things" three times in the same sentence? Four? Three? Things? Thursday? Somebody get me off this crazy ride.
2. Related to #1, I feel as though every thing I do these days is hurried and half-a@@ed. My work (stretched too thin), my hobby of blogging (no time for it), my photography (no time for it) my parenting (not enough time for it), my house maintenance (hate it and no time for it), my bill-paying (What bills? Wasn't that trash?), my pet care (Twinkie the cat will not make eye contact and is scouring the classified ads for a new home), my writing for my second job (turned in 2 articles that were awful), my attendance at school and sports events--pretty much you name it, I'm not doing it well.
3. Hopefully Commenter and high school friend Ms. Seabreeze will read today, because I wanted to tell her how happy I am that she's engaged. Except I haven't had time to do so because see #2 above and add "not a very good friend due to not enough time" to that laundry list. Ms. Seabreeze is a smart, funny, beautiful, optimistic lady who deserves all the happiness in the world, and it sounds as though she's met someone who can give her just that.
There's someone out there for everyone; sometimes it just takes a while to find him or her. Sometimes they're under your nose and you don't know it. Sometimes you just get lucky and are in the right place at the right time. Sometimes you can't stop saying the word "sometimes."
Anyway, congratulations to Ms. Seabreeze and Mr. Wonderful. Please stop by to see me sometime (!).
Now it's your turn. Tell me three things, anything at all. The more words you repeat, the better I'll feel.