Tuesday, 13 July 2010

A dull and dreary day Part 2

Well the sun came out while I was at lunch, and that has perked my up no end!

Cloudy again now, but hey I caught some rays and that is what is important!

And I just realized what it is that has been bringing me down - not the weather at all! Had an odd conversation with someone yesterday and found out something about someone that I wish I hadn't. Must have been sitting at the back niggling. This could make life a little complicated at some point in the future...

Who needs therapy when they can blog?

Anyway...

Lunchtime wasn't very exciting, just a trip to the shops to get my dad some stuff that he is running short of and to top up my Pepsi supply at work - can't get through these hot days without my hit of sugar and caffeine! (It is still around 80F in my office with all the windows wide open). An unexpected bonus was that I had managed to accumulate a bunch of Reward Points which paid for most of it! Wish that happened more often!

Ah well, back to my map - The Map That Will Not Die! I am sure it will look good in the end, but right now it is the equivalent of a room that is half way through having its wallpaper and woodwork stripped and I am standing there thinking "Oh crap, why did I do this?"

4 comments:

TechnoBabe said...

Same here, sunny and then next day rain and stormy. Hope your spirits are brighter and cheerier soon. No fun down in the dumps. Maybe it's too much Pepsi!

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

?? You drink Pepsi on a daily basis? Wow. Here, people might say you are asking for diabetes.

Heck, I love my iced flower tea too!

Rock Chef said...

TechnoBabe - Too much Pepsi? HERETIC! ;-)

Shadowthorne - Pepsi is my one real sin, I guess. My diet is generally good, I think...

terri said...

I completely understand your Pepsi addiction. I used to have one myself, until it caught up with me and I had to give it up. (I didn't have a regular cycling habit to counteract the effects of the Pepsi.)

Glad you got a bit of sun, and I hope the map project comes together soon.