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Lucy in the water with diamonds

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

I am antsy today. Well actually, I was yesterday as well. I worked in my office yesterday, though, and had back-to-back meetings all day long. Today I am working in isolation, at my desk at home, writing away at the computer, with the sparkling water to gaze at out the window. But I have this feeling...like I can't sit still and my mind is wandering, so that I can not concentrate. There really is no reason for this, but it is unnerving. Do you ever get this feeling, like you are yearning for something, but you have no idea what it is. And your head and mind aches for it; the solace, but there is nothing really to cause you this unrest? My head feels like it might explode. This is very disturbing for a problem-solver like myself. How can I fix a problem that apparently doesn't exist?

  1. Blogger ~d said:

    came to you thru sophie...
    I LOVE your avatar pix!
    Well, for one thing.
    I totaly dig on the problem and solving and non-existance...I seem to create a problem is there really isn't one.
    Now how is THAT for retarded?

  1. Blogger [eric] said:

    Oh yes, I feel like this all the time, an unnerving urge to do something, yet I never know just what it is I should be doing. I wrote a post on this curious sensation somewhere back... If I find it I'll email it to you. ^_^

    But then how can you get anything done looking at that view? I wouldn't.

  1. Blogger Pat Paulk said:

    As I slide my glasses down my nose and look over them... I feel that way about everyday starting around noon. but, mine is fromm being coup up in the home office. I have to get out for a couple of hours everyday. Maybe your creativity is knocking on the door for some kind of release? No question, it's normal though!

  1. Blogger Chloe said:

    the mind always knows what it wants and it seeks it out. hence the unrest. however, we don't, not always. that's my opinion :)

  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    The water does look like diamonds! What a great photo and view u have Cathy. I would be antsy as well looking out your window.

    Hope tomorrow brings u a better non-antsy filled day :)

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Thanks for stopping by! We are sympatico! I need to hear this, so I don't go crazy thinking I am the only one who thinks this way.

    I recall you writing something like this recently; yes, e-mail me...

    I can picture you doing this (with the glasses)...I work from home a lot as well; perhaps that is it; too much time spent with myself.

    I think I had a border-line migraine headache, actually. I went in the shower and scalded myself for about a half hour and that seemed to do the trick (that, and salted sunflower seeds).

    I am hoping for a good head space kind of day! I hope you also have a good day!

  1. Blogger sophie said:

    Chloe is so right on i think-
    and i have experienced this


    but lately my heart and mind
    are completely in agreement:)

  1. Blogger sophie said:

    btw Cathy you look so gorgeous
    in your profile

    you remind me of Sandra Bullock:)

  1. Blogger PEA said:

    Hi Cathy:-) Thanks so much for showing an interest in the Halloween Swap...can you please send me your email address so that I can send you the details? Mine is carole_57@hotmail.com By the way, gorgeous picture!!!

  1. Blogger Michelle said:

    What a stunning photo, a beautiful jewelled sea :o)

  1. Blogger Cathy said:

    Your heart and mind are in the same place; you are at peace then!
    I am half way through the Zahir; amazingly wonderful book. I want to read everything by Coelho now; in fact, I am going to the bookstore tomorrow night! Yippee!

    Sandra Bullock:) You are too sweet; Mr.C. will find this amusing, because he has told me (well, a long time ago) that he found Sandra Bullock attractive.

    I've e-mailed you!

    Too stunning; it made my eyes ache, I think. I watched an interview with Steve Irwin's wife last night...it made me cry it was so sad. It also made me want to visit the Australia Zoo!

  1. Blogger Ben said:

    Beautiful picture Cathy.

    I sometimes get those feelings too Cathy and the only way I resolve them is going for a long walk even if the weather is not so good.

    It clears the cobwebs in my mind. You live in such a beautiful place a walk would be a pleasure I'm sure.

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    lately I have been yearning for something that seems to be out of my reach.

  1. Blogger riskybiz said:

    The more stress I have in my life, the more my alleged mind wanders.

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