Tuesday, September 11, 2007

All is Emptiness.

Here's two good indicators that your life is empty:

1) You go shopping at 11 PM at Tesco's just so you can get out of the house and see other human beings.
(Purchases made: 1 bag of crisps, 4 Banana's, 1 deodorant and Paracetamol tablets).

2) You write about it on your blog.


At 12 September, 2007 00:45, Anonymous Charles said...

I am not sure if I should laugh or join you in your pain. I completely can understand.

But you made me smile, nontheless! I hope that was the intent, or else I will bang my head against a large rock!

God bless. By the way, what is paracetamol?

At 12 September, 2007 15:09, Blogger Torsten Pedersen said...

Charles, while I on this blog have been quite open about my frustrations with what I'm doing in my life, this was meant to be more lighthearted. My wife is gone for almost 2 weeks and I'm feeling all alone. After spending the whole day by myself, I just needed to get out of the house. Tesco (Britain's answer to Walmart) was the only place that was open.

ps. Paracetamol are pain relievers. According to Wikipedia they are marketed as Tylenol in the US.

At 12 September, 2007 18:30, Anonymous Kiersten said...

I can occasionally get house crazy. Although it can take me awhile to recognize the signs.

1. Checking my e-mail for the fifth time, because even though there is a alert time every time one comes in, I might not have heard it.

2. Calling Charles at work just to tell him that I decided I wanted eggs for breakfast, and not cereal.

3. Looking out the window to see if the mail has come at 10:00 am, even though it never comes before 1:00.

4. Calling Charles again to tell him that.... Ummm I forgot.

4. Checking your blog and others to see if anything new has been written in the thirty minutes since I last checked.

5. Finally, getting in the car to drive to Walmart, getting there, and realizing I'd rather be at home. :-)

At 13 September, 2007 07:53, Blogger karlund said...

AAaahhh! I'm joining the club!!

My wife is also gone for to weeks, to the same (lame) conferences. Life is so empty. (And I don't even have Internet at home! Luckily I've got the rugby world cup to fall back on ;-)

At 21 September, 2007 21:18, Anonymous Iben said...

I could do with a little boredom right now


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