thoughts while rinsing.

First of all, hello :)

Upon taking a test in Dr. Phil's Doing What Works, Doing What Matters, it has come to my attention that I am indeed in a rut. Here's a sneak peek into how that test went:

Dr. Phil: "Do you change into the same pair of sweats everyday at soon as you get home?"
Me: "No. Sometimes I wear green ones."

Dr. Phil: "Do you stand at the refrigerator, starting into it, as if you might discover something that wasn't there five minutes ago?"
Me: "Oh. Thats not normal? Alright. I can change."

Dr. Phil: "Do your appearance and your standards of personal grooming seem to be on the decline?"
Me: "Okay, okay. Yes. They do."

Dr. Phil: "In order to meet someone new, would they have to throw themselves on the hood of your car, or pull a chair up in front of your TV set?"
Me: "Dang it. Yes. Yes they would. DANG IT."

Then, Dr. Phil told me that since I had answered "yes" to 12 or more (ahem, I 'yessed' 16 out of 20) questions, someone better send out a search party to make sure I was still alive. And then I was all, "Thanks, Dr. But I really don't need your insults/advice." SHUT BOOK.

So here I am, working on busting that rut. Forgive me if I'm scatterbrained, but its been 10 minutes since my last fridge jaunt, and I'm feeling jittery.

1 comment:

  1. Hooray, I've discovered your blog. That totally brightens my morning. Not only does that provide some excellent new reading material, but it also means I can add another website to my list of sites to check regularly while procrastinating homework. Yay!

    Oh, and I'm so glad to know I'm not the only person who has to change into comfy clothes once they get home (I think the English people think I'm weird).


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