Sunday, September 28, 2008

Keep it simple

Its funny! well unsuprising
after hitting a breaking moment Thursday
and recongising
I am just taking everything too seriously
and needed to rest

Had a productive and enjoyable weekend
lots of packing forr moving
preparing changing
address and utilities etc
and resting
time in the sun last few days
much needed rays! feeling sunnier
I am loving the warm autumn weekends

reading Tricks of the mind - Derren Brown
interesting recommendation IFOBW

Out of 3 none study books I have
begin reading this summer
I am yet to say I have read
a whole book
stuffs just not grabbing me
not even Paulo Coelho
even this one
the first 3 or 4 chapters
I had to skip
and start part way in!

take what you need and leave the rest

Have to say... pills are working
on the main symptom I went for

Uni starts next week
Good luck to the'Awl Fecker
may the Force be with you, me
and anyone else studying
have a great week everyone!


AlkySeltzer said...

Keep It Simple--is great, as long as (for me) ya leave out "stupid".

Because I was called "stupid" as far back as my memory goes--in fact, I wqas called numerous times by my father (in German) "You are 500 dumb jackasses!"

All that's it's "Keep It Simple" Thanks for a reminder.

Kathy Lynne said...

I had an older man at a meeting basically say..."lighten up". It was just what I needed to hear because I was doing that whole over analyzing thing again...

Anonymous said...


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Have a nice day!


Lydia said...

Your positive post put me in a really great mood. Thanks!

An Irish Friend of Bill said...

Thanks! heheh
yeh good luck to you too.
I recommend GRILLING the year above on good books, tips. ask the office for ones that got good grades and ask em how they did it, or ask if you can see high mark exam papers and essays from last year. it gives you a clue as to what they are after. you cant copy em but you can have a shifty and get an idea what goes down well.

recoveryroad said...

Have a good week yourself!