Blob-li-cate: How not to plug-in

Horror-scope for Today: You have the presence of mind to put your attention precisely where it’s needed. Whether this means doing feng shui on your office or answering emails rapid-fire, at the end of the day you go home feeling organized.

1. I have no presence of mind. I’m trying to fix my blob problem.

2. My attention span is non-existent.

3. I don’t have enough emails that aren’t junk to “rapid-fire” anything except mass delete.

4. What office?

5. What’s organized?

*breathe deeply*

…The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too impatient. One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach — waiting for a gift from the sea… Anne Morrow Lindbergh





2 responses to “Blob-li-cate: How not to plug-in”

  1. I don’t know which one of these guys to leave my comment on. This one…or his friend up there. I went for the underdog.

    Are you sprawled on your floor, waiting for the sea to wash in…and fix your plug ins?

  2. kellypea

    I took a mid-day car pool break for the minimum day, ate some non-meat protein (left over beans) and am now good to go. Refreshed. Gassed up.

    I used to have a little sticky w/ Lindbergh’s quotation on it at work posted near my phone to help me when I was on the phone with someone less than helpful. Since it represents the complete antithesis of who I am, it makes me laugh more than anything else.

    I’ll be on the floor later if I don’t fix it.

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