I seem to have developed an allergy towards work..

.. or maybe just the books and possibly any plant material that may be in the air. I still want to blame it on work though, since it is probably the most unhealthy thing in my life.

This weekend was incredible. It started out with a halloween party that I won't talk about.. and turned into one of those life-changing events that I always seem to be looking for but can never find. There aren't many people that I can attribute with having changed my life, in fact, I think now I'm only up to 3. I've never had someone in my life that could reflect my thoughts back at me so well, or just talk about everything and nothing, with absolutely no string attached to the friendship. Friends like that are rare. It was almost 2 days straight of me learning more about myself than I ever thought I could.. things I didn't even know that I didn't know.

I also rediscovered my ability to make food. REAL food. Food that looks AND tastes good.

So, if you manage to see me around and wonder why I seem to be even happier than I have been… It's an odd feeling, to feel like myself again. I need to hang on to this.

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  1. spudart said,

    I want details! What have you realized about yourself?

    November 5, 2007 @ 2:33 pm

  2. sparx said,

    Things that don't get posted on a blog. 😉
    Hopefully some things that'll prevent me from screwing up various aspects of my life so much in the future.. and put me a bit closer to finding what it is that I want to do with the time I have left.

    November 5, 2007 @ 2:39 pm

  3. Kate said,

    yay! it's really good to hear that you are finding happiness once again in your life. and that you're cooking real food again…i'm sure you can give me some lessons…i just microwave bagels 😛

    i think everyone is a little allergic to work, especially right after a weekend. those days away from work, your immune system isn't as strong as when you're at work for 5 days in a row. then again, working in a library, there's a lot of dust and mold and plants in your office.

    good luck with your continued happiness in life…and definitely cherish those friendships that make life more enjoyable 🙂

    November 5, 2007 @ 2:53 pm

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