Discussion in 'Tilted Life and Sexuality' started by cynthetiq, Mar 20, 2020.
I'm worried about my hot, sexy co-worker today. She has dropped at least 50 f-bombs this morning. I think she needs to start drinking on the job.
I'd find some errands to run.
My wife, as Specials Team Leader, attended (mandatory) a virtual Specials meeting. They had nothing major on the agenda; it was 40 wasted minutes IMO.
Emails are being sent like crazy. A lot of people are using Respond To All rather than selecting the only person who actually needs to hear from them. Woo hoo, more meaningless emails to read & delete!!
Lunch seems to have calmed her tits. Only the occasional f-bomb leaves her lips.
that rhymes. lol
And I didn't even try (or notice)
I believe I'm beginning to crack. Even though I've got out of the house for work and to pick up food, I'm starting to loose time. Also, time seems to be slowing down for me. Last week, at work, I was absolutely crushing it, I look up at the clock, and it was only an hour later. WTF? Same thing at home. I'll sleep late, get up, get busy doing things and next thing I know, I look up at the clock, and it's only like a half hour later. GAH!
Also, I'm pretty fucking bored now at home. TV, radio, reading have all lost their appeal to me. Even the voices in my head seem distracted. I haven't hear from them in a week or two. Maybe they're bored with me.
Maybe next thunderstorm, I'll run out with a Lacrosse defender's long pole and tempt fate.
Lots & lots of sleep
I lasted until April 24 or so... While I am still self isolating and wearing a biohazard suit to the grocery store every 3 weeks, time is meaningless. I fall asleep at 9 or 10am and wake up at 6pm or 8pm. Or some days I go to sleep for 4 hours from 6am-10am, but them fall asleep at 6pm-10pm... I have given in to Internet addiction and watching way too much YouTube and Facebook videos. Projects I should be doing around the house I have no motivation to do, even though I have a lot of time now.
The problem is that I watch the trend lines and see that even with a lock down, there was no "flattening" of a curve. It wasn't an exponential growth curve luckily, but The cases from 250,000 to 2,000,000 (Probably close to that number on June 1st) in the past two months in the US hasn't shown any signs of slowing down. And this is going to keep going on for quite a long time I fear.
There's a thought that we start looking like our pets.
Too much togetherness.
makes you wonder if everyones pets are ready for their owners to go back to work
I go back to work Monday. My doggos are definitely not prepared.
Things I've discovered I either no longer need or no longer care about:
Internet National News Sites
Sports on TV
Getting stuck in traffic
Taking myself too seriously
I'll let ya all know if I have any updates.
Once I move to the beach...
More hiking and biking...getting fresh air in open spaces
And when I’m inside...not working or doing class.
- Learn the guitar
- Start up my art again
- Work on my science
- Practice my forms in Karate
- Learn Portuguese (or at least get better)
And try to negotiate my inventions to businesses
Drum up some moolah.
If I can’t do life in the big city or travel or play in groups
I’ll keep myself occupied otherwise
Mostly I’ll read...I’ve been in a book mood lately
(Real books...not ebooks or audio.)
Watching Sports, TV, movies aren’t keeping my attention lately...SSDD
Mostly chill in style until this weirdness settles down.
And that’s going to be a while
I'll miss my hot and eager to please co-worker come the 15th. We are back to the office, albeit with social distancing rules galore. I'm gonna miss the deep cut blouses, the braless look, the flashes and being able to cop a feel any time I wanted. Sigh. If only the ladies at work would adopt my home co-worker's style of dress and attitude. Would definitely make the work place much more fun.
And of course if this happened for you, she would enjoy the equivalent at work?
I would hope so.
Mostly relaxing at home, reading
Every other day, go take a long walk on the beach with my dog.
Now that I’m at a house in the boonies and not in a high rise in the middle of the city, first time I’ve felt safe and not paranoid in months.
Makes a big difference in lifestyle.
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