I have a wedding reception to attend this evening and so I was getting gussied up. First I had to step over Chester as he was laying in front of the shower door.
He looked at me but didn't seem to mind the intrusion.
I washed and conditioned my hair and then I looked down.
And what to my myopic eyes did appear?
Something that looked like a small black spider.
I have a truce with spiders and so there was no screaming and fleeing with water droplets flying. I bent over to try and ascertain if it really was a spider.
I then said, "If you are a spider and you are NOT dead, you better get out of here."
Chester got up and walked away.
I always figured he thought he was a cat.
Seems he fancies himself a spider.
Good thing I have a truce with them then.
The Blogess had a link.
I followed the link and I think it is worth the read.
I haven't even read part one...Part two is...wow.
I felt I hit bottom this last year.
The threat of losing Chester and then all the dead people.
Brother, Niece, Uncle, Sister in Law.
My world was not a good place. People I assumed would support me, did not. Alliances that should have been dissolved, reigned supreme. My voice did not matter. Life sucked.
Check out the link. It is about depression.
It is long, but worth the read. If you have never been depressed it gives you insight into what it is like.
If you have been depressed it gives a whole new meaning to that kernel of corn.
I heard this sentence in the hall at work and I'm puzzled.
"Are you what you are?"
How does one respond to that?
I are not certain.
I was, but now I am questioning it.
Why are you asking me this?
I hear the strangest things in the hallway at my work. A lot of times I will respond even if I'm not part of the conversation. If you are hollering in the hallway how am I to know that it was not directed at me?
One fellow is famous for this.
"Yo ho ho," he hollers. There was some dude at the end of the hall he was yohohoing but I was between him and the dude and so I replied. "And a bottle of rum." He has not made eye contact with me since. There is also a lot less hollering when I'm around. Win/Win I suppose.