Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Melons

I am having a rather melancholy day today. Thinking about so many thoughts. Hearing sad stories and happy stories.

I'm warm but thirsty. I'm sleepy but wired.

Everything is permeated by the headache.

Maybe it's just PMS. I'm ok with admitting that. I'm in the land of in-between. And that's never fun. It feels like time is rushing past but dragging its feet.

I want to be working at home, but I want to be taking a nap. Maybe I'm a little bi-polar myself.

I'm too focused on me. But I'm thinking about everyone else.


Sometimes I think I'm just too weird. I really want some pineapple.

19 comments:

heather said...

you're crazy! pinapple... :)

i hate those kinds of days - and i know exactly what you're talking about... eat some pinapple...dipped in chocolate of course, and you'll feel much better. :)

anne said...

Oh man. Pineapple in chocolate. You're just mean.

nate said...

You can take care of Ted for a while, if that would make you feel better.

(P.S. - he doesn't like pineapple)

Shawn said...

you? weird? Never! ;)

sarah cool said...

I just ate some pineapple! It was boring tidbits in a juice plastic cup thing, but....

MMMMMM PINEAPPLE IN CHOCOLATE!

anne said...

Um...Thanks Nate, you're a good friend, but I don't think Ted would last long around my place. Not just because I would make Andy murder him, but also because of the many things in my house who would be happy to eat him. And I would be happy to let them.

Thanks Shawn. You're a good friend. *Ahem*

I know Sarah! I think if I could have some pineapple and chocolate, my day would immediately be better. Poof!

heather said...

mmmm...anything in chocolate would make your day better.

anne said...

Yeah well...you don't know how many peanut m&ms I have been downing. Let's just say it's a lot. And by a lot I mean, half a bag. And by half a bag I am talking about a good 7 ounces. And by 7 ounces I mean, a lot.

Hillary said...

mmmmm... chocolate! And pinapple. Mmmmm....

I know those days, too. This too shall pass!

kerri anne said...

When I first read the title of this post, I figured you would be talking about boobies. So really, I'm probably the weird one.

;)

Hurrah! for pineapple. Yum.

Nate said...

^^^ HAH! ^^^

So I wasn't the only one... phew.

anne said...

The funny thing is I DID think that as I was titling the post. And giggled to myself that people would think that. But then figured the early reference to being melancholy would clear that right up...

hee hee

Jean said...

I know exactly how you're feeling. I'm waiting for my melon days to come as they always do every month for a week.


you definitely need choclate and some garage saling :)

love you and big hugs!!

Buffy said...

I think its contagious.

anne said...

Oh no! I'm sorry...evil virus.

Jen said...

I love watermelons.

Eat chocolate like mad and watch Sex and the City. It cures EVERYTHING!

anne said...

Ah yes...I should be getting the next DVD in the series tomorrow. I'll be sure to watch it straight through...with a glass of wine and a bar of chocoate! :) Thanks Jen!!

Kim said...

That’s when you live as a true human. You should embrace it. Van Gogh and Adam Duritz lived/live life like that everyday. Were it not for such circumstance, they would have never made the world a better place. But if you don’t agree, I would suggest drinking heavily!!!

anne said...

Huh. You intrigue me with your thinking, my friend. This way of life does not include joy. I have no problem being melancholy sometimes...indeed I do find myself thinking higher thoughts and granting more solemnity to life. However, it sucks life more than it gives life. There needs to be the proper balance. I doubt those men have/had much joy. Neither did they have/had many friends. Give much to the world, yes. But could that have only been done the way it was? Who's to say they had the proper attitude/balance in their own lives?