The Blue Sky Tag

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Thank you to Ramblings of a writer for the nomination to do this tag. I really enjoyed reading her answers, she has such a positive, up beat, perspective to life. The answer to question number 8 “What motivates you?  Waking up every morning, good enough excuse to go motivated.” Waking up every morning. I like that, a lot. Her answers are so pure and lovely – can I say cute? – You can’t help but feel happy after reading them 🙂

Right, lets get down to business!

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I’m in love and I don’t care who knows it!

If you don’t think of Elf when reading that, then I feel sad for you.
You don’t need to have seen Elf for the post, but it might help your life in general.

Read that exactly like Will Ferrell in Elf please.

I’m thinking, whenever I am feeling down I like to express it in a blog, most likely in an attempt to get it out my mind and understand it better. Plus it might help other people to know that they are not alone in their thoughts or struggles. Lately I have been experiencing another strong emotion – Love. So why not share that too?

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This thing called Crazy, I just can’t handle it

It swings, it jives, it shakes all over like a crazy fish.
There goes my craaaazey mind, she knows how to make me cry.

I’m beginning to think this mental health business of mine isn’t like a cold, it’s not something that will just go away given time, and there’s certainly not a aisle full of remedies in the local supermarket. Well, unless you count the cake and alcohol aisle, but that’s a risky little path. Continue reading “This thing called Crazy, I just can’t handle it”

You know you’re an (immature) adult when….

You have your thrills, I have mine…

When you get fantastically excited about electrical home goods! The older I get the more I realise, you know what? life is just too full of stress to be dealing with sub par appliances. Sometimes they might be more expensive, but bitches ain’t got the energy to be faffing around anymore.

Judge me all you want, but I am going to say this with great pride:

Dyson has changed my life, forever!  Continue reading “You know you’re an (immature) adult when….”