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Location: Taiwan

PostPosted: Sun May 02, 2004 10:34 am    Post subject: Depressed after the weekend... Reply with quote

Dear...

I made a plan for both of us this incoming weekend and I know that I'm going to get this weekend a perfect one in our best memory and, I'm sure, you are going to be happy throughout this weekend.

Yes, that's my promise to swear to do for the weekend. The result? I screwed it up and well idled around this entire weekend though I might still carry some shameless excueses that I somehow learned something about computer.

I don't know whether or not people would have the same problem as I do that every weekend or let's say every time I'm going to have a great holiday, I would start to make a plan and stimulate the whole conditions to get some more arrangements or some more adjustions to the plans. Wel, with all this effort, I should be able to carry out this weekend as promised but, the truth is, I never succeed in matching up the weekend to the lists on my plans. I would feel happy still spending my time my life on something that's many times done before. Umm...., let's try to say, this is laziness. Yes, I am and it's complicated to come to clean with but I'll just prefer to leave it there for the last moement to introspect. And now, that's moement.

For all the complete working week, you coould never admit ypurself to sleep until a self-conscious wake dawns on your but commit to the round-clock schedules to get up on time and get moving as you mercilessly routine youreslf. Agian, you would never allow yourself to do something out of track or out of your wilfulness just instead, everything involved seems urgent and a single action that's caught wrong is never imagined. Compact, fully engaged and efficiently tortured.

Why not give yourself a break on this weekend as you are supposed to take a rest after all this war-buried working week?

How do you think about it? Please leave me a note, how you feel, you, yourself, no laughing matter, how you would like to suggest..... thank you so much.......

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PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2004 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hahaha....., another week has arrived and what's gonna happen then? Tomorrow? And after? Haha.... why not laugh for another happy weekend?

What's all that for? Yes, for single-thought mind and a mighty-proclaimed geek....

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