Thursday, October 11, 2007

Having a Bad Day?

You’re not alone. Apparently, everyone on Earth probably did! Isn't that comforting, kinda? I mean seriously. I'm not being sarcastic. Isn't that a somewhat comforting thought when you're having a bad day?

Mercury went into retrograde today, which coincided with some other celestial confrontation between Saturn and something else I can’t remember. I am relating this information from the yoga teacher at the studio today, who seemed quite affected by what’s happening in the heavens. What it means is, apparently, that communicating with people is going to be difficult today, your computer may not want to cooperate, and so on and so forth.

I never know whether to believe this stuff or not, but I have been feeling very maladjusted the past few days: the headache of last week continued its engagement, bringing some extra body aches with it yesterday. Today was the first day I woke up headache-free (it did appear later in the day), but I was very low-energy, not budging when Diary of a Mad Black Woman came on TV. I watched the whole thing. :) It’s not quite as bad as I thought it would be – I even cried during one scene! AAAGHGHGH!

Anyway, so yeah, I was lacking energy today, and so was Bren. And I remember that Mum was always affected by the full moon – I seem to remember it gave her a headache, and I think it had something to do with the moon’s magnetic pull, which also is responsible for the tides. Is that true or did I make that up in my dreams??? Haahahahaa.

So yeah, if you weren’t feeling completely happy and energetic and joyful today, and you were having a hard time communicating with people, or your computer seemed to be running on molasses… it could be that pesky Mercury at work again.

On the upside, we did spend part of the morning on a joyful note. Fabrice was in LA, so we had breakfast with him this morning. Fabrice was one of the first friends I made at uni; he lived in the same dorm as me and because he’s gorgeous, I clearly had to make sure I knew who he was when I saw him! Haaaaahahaha. Sweet sweet Fabrice is as beautiful and kind-hearted as always. He also still laughs as loudly at Bren’s jokes as he used to, which I know makes Bren happy. It was so good to see him, before he went back to New Jersey!

We are off to Chicago tomorrow for Stef Foster’s wedding, which I am so excited about! I’ll post pics when I get back. Until then, don’t get too frustrated if things aren’t going your way right now. Mercury apparently starts behaving itself… in NOVEMBER!!!!!


1 comment:

keven said...

yum...deep dish pizza

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