Does the inside of your fridge look like this?
For several days during every month I feel more irritable, more pissed off, more inclined to run away and never come back than the rest of the month.
It’s hormones. In midlife, hormones play a huge role in emotion control. Or lack of control. This is true for most women I think, but I wouldn’t be surprised if men, too, had periods of less patience and more irritability. (Feel free to chime in, men…)
Yesterday, this happened while I was out running around with my list.
Last evening I took my sporty teen-aged kid to get a massage.
I read a bit of a heartbreaking post the other day and reflected on his words for some time after.
Then, I tried to turn this into an opportunity to reflect on my own current state of mind. Am I spending too much time inside my own head?
I am my own worst enemy.
…turned out not so horrible after all.
I wrote an amazing story today which I wanted to share with a friend, but I’m still editing it a bit here and there. This happened this morning, before I had to go walk a dog which, lucky for me, occurred prior to the rain falling.
Random thought going through my head this morning:
I have some quirks. Surprised? 😉
A quirk is defined as a peculiar behavioral habit. Or something that’s odd.
Here’s an example:
This is a tricky word, trust. Don’t you think?
Trust is defined as a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. (Wiki)
Trust is something you earn, I think. Not something you give away freely, although that does happen, often. People will trust, sometimes blindly, until that trust is broken.