The Downside of a Good Mood…
Is that I don’t really have anything to comment on here. And by good, I mean a nice, normal mood, none of that WHEE, nearly manic stuff. No, me – I like a nice neutral mood, pleasant and stable. It might be bland to some, but to me, I am much happier to be as such because if that s-word – stability. I like stability, and always have. The dizzying highs can be fun, sure, but then you’ve got to come down; coming down sucks. No, stability means that I have more resources to do Things™® or not as I please, because there are less racing thoughts trying to drive me around the bend.
So how am I celebrating this moment of stability and normalcy, you might ask? I’m spending it at home, faffing around on a video game. My place of employ is my in-law’s house, and my ‘desk’ is the dining room table. I share it with my mother-in-law, and this is her busy time of the year. Me, I’m all caught up, so I’m quite happy for this mini-vacance to give her space. And since I’m feeling mainly stable, I can enjoy being alone properly. I have a high need for alone time, and I get that weekly on a Monday, but I can’t handle as much as I used to be able to when I lived alone. Not that I could handle all that alone time then either, but I kept myself too drunk to dwell on it (for the most part).
So yeah, I cannot complain – this is the closest I get to that elusive concept of relaxation. So I’m going to get back to that – have a great day!
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