The White Rabbit and I

Okay, I had a whole post written out about how busy I was and how I didn’t have time for anything anymore… but it got deleted somehow and now I’m left with a blank screen that I don’t have the time to fill up again!

*sigh*

So anyway…. I’ve no time… so I’ve stopped blogging, among other things (like doing the laundry and cleaning the house, which, I’m sure you would agree, trumps blogging! :P).

I’ve no time to sit down and eat a proper meal, so I eat a lot of sandwiches and wraps in my car, while driving from one meeting to the other (that reminds me… I need to clean my car as well!).

Anyway… for anyone who is in a similar situation and for those days when making breakfast seems like a Herculean task… here’s a ridiculously simple way to continue eating healthy – Make A Smoothie!

sugar and spice and everything nice!

Throw some fruits into the blender… add some sugar… pause for a second to look at how pretty the sugar and fruit look together…  take a picture on your useless cellphone camera cos you don’t have time to get your real camera… add some ice and milk… let the blender do the rest while you put on your shoes.

breakfast for the Fast and the Furious! ;)

It tastes lovely and it’s collllld, so you have to drink it slowly, which is great, cos it gives you some time to think and take a little breather before you get out and face the world and pretend to be a grown up and hope no one notices (there are others who feel that way right? Don’t tell me it’s just me!).

Do we have time for a sigh? I think we do!

*siiiiiigh*

Okay… that’s all we have time for today folks (if there are any “folks” left who still read this blog!)…

Adios!

 

 

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What Now?

It all happened so quickly that I almost don’t remember it happening. I went to India on Thursday, got back on Sunday, and started the new job on Monday. I barely slept all week (I was that busy) and somehow, though I’m overjoyed with the job and excited about it, I’m listless and… I dunno the word to explain it without sounding… well… never mind.

I felt the same way after  I moved houses. It was a project that was completed, a goal achieved. This job is also something like that, something I intended to get (and now have to keep and grow of course) but now that I’ve finally gotten it, I feel strangely adrift, without purpose.

I tried retail therapy and my new wallet’s near empty (but it’s new :P), but that only offered a temporary distraction.

I somehow try to covince myself that everything is meant to be and that there is a reason things are the way they are, but this feeling  is just so frustrating that I’m impatient to get away from it.

Only, there’s nowhere to go, you know?