Today was characterized by several moments that, without a doubt, could be considered seeing the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel (although I must say the intermittent uncooperative nature of my laptop keyboard is not one of those moments). Typically, especially during weeks such as this, I am very suspicious of such days. Call it paranoia, pessimism, or whatever, but after a week like this one, I can’t help but assume that light is followed by a freight train.
Perhaps, I say in a show of cautious optimism, that may not be the case this time. I have the entire weekend off. That’s forty-eight hours of potential progress (or failures), and I’m about to carpe those diems so hard they’ll turn to diamonds.
I’m so sorry for that joke. Future generations will probably use that as the official definition of “awful”.
As part of my attempt at forcing positivity from the stinking shit-lump that I called this past week, I’m keeping my goals, plans, and so on for this weekend relatively fluid and open to change. This will hypothetically allow for less fear of, and feelings of, failure. Hooray for thinking ahead. A few new big ideas are also present in my brain-meats, but I’m saving those for later. I need to get through the remainder of this hundred days somehow, after all.
This weekend will feature less lazy posts. I (half-heartedly) promise.
I actually liked the carpe diem line…although cheesy, it had a certain amount of ….brilliance?
That’s a very generous modification to the definition of brilliance, I fear, but thank you all the same. My phone’s autocorrect kept wanting to change same to sane, by the way.
‘Sane’ would’ve been way better. lol.