I’m not in the habit of quoting, but this one by Heraclitus really struck me.
What are your thoughts?
It gives me hope.
I’m facing some heeeyoooodge changes right now, and I hope that I grow from them.
I cant wait to get into our new house. I’m really excited by it now. But boy am I fed up with potential buyers wandering through, judging our little house. We just don’t have time for it now, we are trying to bloody pack!
I’ve gone from feeling incredibly a n x i o u s when they do, to incredibly a n g r y! I’m on edge, just waiting for them to criticise how we’ve looked after the house. And the l i e s estate agents are telling them! I’m honest with them if the ask me any questions . . .
Them – “are there any problems with the house we should know about?”
Me – ” (in a whisper) yes, you might want to look at this massive one, this, this and this”
It’s not that I don’t want our landlord to get a good price. I just don’t want someone to buy something that I know needs sooo much work and they aren’t telling them that.
I’ve noticed that recently I seem to be ready for a r u c k with strangers at the moment?? (not a physical one though).
. . . ” you want to criticise my husband’s parking do you? Bring it on!”
Utterly stupid things like that. I haven’t yet caused any public order offences. It is usually solved by me muttering profanities to myself, or making my husband laugh by how wound up I get. That usually calms me down and makes me laugh too.
I hope you are all feeling well,
As a little addendum to this post, my husband never has any trouble parking the car!