Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Getting Comfortable?

Lovely morning, fine misty weather, a good start of the day. I came up to my floor and smelled my shower cream. A sweet invigorating scent of orange aromatheraphy. I wonder if the cleaning guy did use some shower cream to mop the floor. He didn't ofcourse, but the liquid he used is also scented with orange aromatheraphy. I guess more and more people need every possible form of mind relaxing theraphy. But the exact same fragrance on my skin and on the floor?

Yesterday, I surprisingly had some work to be done at the office that took up most of the day. I wasn't exactly drowning in a sea of paperworks that you can't see me sitting behind my desk. Enough to make me forget to return 2 calls and extend my book loan. My frantic day would be a shorter-list day for everyone else. Anyway, this is like waiting for another shoe to drop. I've told myself not to get too comfortable. But 4 months is getting-too-comfortable.

4 comments:

saintmonica said...

...i think sometimes it's okay to get a 'bit' comfortable to the things that you've done. what's on your mind? speaking of frantic days, you can share some of 'em to me... i think.

St.Catherine said...
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St.Catherine said...

If you read http://saintcatherine.blogspot.com/2004/11/nothing-grand-really.html most likely you will know what I mean by trying not to be too comfortable with 'where I am and what I do'. Because I always want to do something else. You know what that is. Being too comfortable prevents me from trying to leave my current job. The thing is, I've never had an overly frantic day. If one of these days I'm getting a long list of task to do, too much workload, so little time to sit back and relax, and I find myself taking a deep breath and exhale trying to escape the tension,... then I'll know it's time to leave. Hopefully the day will come soon. Until then, I'm here to stay. So what's on your long list (or short like mine) today?

saintmonica said...

you still the same person i used to know.