Today, I started the day very late - at 2.30pm to be specific and you'd think that the worst part is over. How was I to know what a hell of a day it'd be?
Well actually i had an idea;
when my friend Whatsapped
asking if i was sleeping,
i replied "Ya... Y do i feel like there's bad news?"
For starters, I burnt my favorite shalwar kameez!
I just spilled coffee over myself.
And it's already 4.25pm and I have no ironed clothes with a matching scarf to wear to the lab.
In half an hour, the lab that i need to use might be closed for the day.
I am homesick, and I need to do a lot of shopping, and I can't possibly leave things and go home.
By now my sample in the dryer has been in it for nearly 40 hours..
Which is bad, coz i only meant it to be there for 24 hours ..
Worse still, I got invited to a wedding but I can't go with a partner, which means I have to find someone else who is willing to go and knows me and HAS BEEN INVITED!
And thinking that I'd not be invited, I had not prepared for the going at all!!
(tsk tsk doubting people's intentions)
All this time I had been busy looking for a gift that I did not buy myself a new formal outfit
(I really need one) and a purse (and a scarf to match probably) and wrapping paper!
And I've only 1 or 2 days to prepare all this, because I have to spend one day at home this week
in preparation for the arrival of the lady of the house !! :D
Now despite all this unfortunate "hurry hurry" nagging eating at me,
I've managed to stay positively unconcerned, like Abbie is someone else and not me.
Been listening to jazz and classical music and drinking cold instant coffee
that is gonna trouble me soon (I'm lactose intolerant
and this one has a dairy creamer, because I boycotted Nestle's products.
Duchess look at me, I managed to blog about my preoccupations
that were supposed to keep me occupied.
I guess I am just thankful that I am alive still
and I know that this too, whatever it is, shall pass.
So, have a good day peeps and don't forget to stop and smell the flowers,
or point at the moon and stare in awe!