Sunday, January 18, 2009

I Don't Want To

Why is it that at some point (I'm guessing that it's somewhere around puberty - sooner for some, perhaps a bit later for others) we are no longer allowed to stamp our feet and have a big old temper tantrum? I would really like to just throw a big old fit, not every day - just every once and a while. Is it so wrong to not want do something, and just every once and a while say it really emphatically?

Since I'm not allowed to I think I'll just do it here...

    I really don't want to go to work tomorrow. I don't want to clean the house. I don't want to shovel all the snow. I don't want to go grocery shopping. I don't want to talk to anyone on the phone or deal with pain in the neck clients or my bosses. I want to sit on my butt and do absolutely nothing - for a good long while. And I want everyone to get over it and leave me alone!
Ok, thanks, I'm feeling a bit better now. Maybe we should do this again sometime.

Current Music: A Little Less Conversation - Elvis Presley

p.s. I'm not going to apologize for not posting yesterday, I figured that I've already messed up the NaBloPoMo thing - so one more day off isn't going to kill me. And you know, I didn't feel like it - so there.

3 comments:

for a different kind of girl said...

Oh, honey, I'm not even going to apologize for realizing I tossed a pretty big tantrum last night! I totally stomped and pounded (pillows!) and signed loudly and often! I say it's OK to throw a tantrum every now and then. Cleanses the soul!

Or at least that's my excuse!

Hotch Potchery said...

Sometimes the only way to get stuff out is via a temper tantrum. Or a big LOUD AAAaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaAAAAAAAAh.

Rosier said...

It's kind of wierd that I'm a student myself, and I wish similar things.

I don't want to go to school tomorrow. I don't want to write my homework and do housework. I don't want to stay up all night and learn. I need some sleep, already. I want a break. I want to graduate.

 
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