Several days have slipped past since I wrote anything of consequence. Once again I find myself sitting in the dark of the junk room, propped in front of the computer – tapping into the keyboard. The clock is ticking towards midnight again.
We’re one day away from a four day weekend – the easter weekend – which hadn’t occurred to me at all until the rest of the household started making various “death by chocolate” creations in the kitchen (and leaving me the washing up).
(an hour passes while I get sucked into an internet rabbit hole)
How the hell does this always happen?
(you can’t hear me sigh – I just sighed)
I had all sorts of ideas earlier – things I might write about. Somehow that all went sideways as soon as I started writing. I end up catching myself – a voice whispers “nobody’s interested in any of that”. It’s always the introspective stuff. The good stuff.
I don’t know. I just feel like I’m on a bit of a hamster wheel at the moment. Each day is groundhog day. I need to do an intervention on myself – go out for lunch with a friend – a walk in the woods – anything really.
I am my own worst enemy though – I’ll get up tomorrow, start doing chores, then become consumed with work, and before I know it, the day will have gone, and I’ll have spent yet another day in the junk room.
Who want’s to go for coffee tomorrow?
3 replies on “The Coffee Shop Intervention Requirement”
Yes, coffee is a great idea! Break up the day!
Humans are such creatures of habit. I think we all get stuck on that hamster wheel…
Love coffee breaks and outings. I hope you did go out with a friend and enjoyed your coffee.