Another day off, another battle to find something productive to do. I woke up with a sharp pain in my eye, turns out I have yet another eye infection and I’m starting to think that a list of things that aren’t wrong with me would be shorter than the list of what is, its getting kind of ridiculous. Frankly, I’m tired of it, I’ve honestly given up on being bothered by my ailments because then they would just constantly keep me down and that is so far from who I am that I just would not be able to deal with myself and would be rather frequently telling myself to stop being a Debbie Downer. Chances are I wouldn’t respond well to such a comment and then wouldn’t talk to myself for a few days, I mean, I’d eventually get over it but the damage would be done.
I am finding that I really don’t like having two days off in a row, and I know people will say “what about the weekend?”, well, what about it? I don’t have one anymore, I have a job. I have two days off a week and usually they aren’t together and I seem to be more productive. This was my second day off in a row and thus far I have done jack shit. With one day you have a deadline because you know you have to work the next day, but when you have two the first day is always “I’ll do it tomorrow” and the second is “I don’t have time, I’ll do it on my next day off.” Its a great feeling knowing that I don’t get them often, I mean if you’re going to school its one thing, but with work its a completely different mentality somehow.
The latter part of my evening was spent watching BBC’s Life series, well the first few episodes at least, and now only was it insanely interesting and well shot but I also discovered that my wealth of random information spans into the animal kingdom too. The mother unit came in while I was watching it and they were talking about something and I said what was going on before it happened and then knew what the next animal was before they announced it and she thought that I had seen it all before. Nope, turns out I just know a Mudskipper when I sees one.
ignorance is indeed bliss