My whole weekend was bliss because I got to see my oldest son and his girlfriend, spent some one on one time with my younger son, shopped ’til I dropped, and even did a bunch of reading. Too bad I have to go back to unblissful work now :(.
I may have started out refreshed, but I sure didn’t end the day off that way. What a zoo the office was today LOL :).
it is a zoo around here today–and I am not even at the office!
:). I’m sitting in the parking lot at work trying to force myself to go in because I know today is going to be just as crazy. How about I drive down there and we will go out for lunch instead? And then we could go and hang out in Chapters!! Doesn’t that sound blissful?
I would so love that and then we could go to the Casino–you could win big and never have to go to that job again–when I worked as a legal secretary I hated every moment of it–I was not trained as a secretary and got the job because my boyfriend’s (now husband) father was a lawyer–since I have been at the newspaper I have been a fairly happy camper (except for the pay)
Adding the casino sounds great!! Then I could win big and read every day for as long as I want :). Dumbass boss just shot an elastic at my head, so I punched him!! Could be an interesting day LOL.
violence in the work place, violence in the work place — you should get a day off
Yes, I should. It severely traumatized me!!
If you come now–we can have a 1:00 lunch!
Oh, how I wish I could!! We are going to get together really soon though. I can feel it :).
okay, if not lunch today–maybe drinks on the terrace in the summer (not that I have a terrace, but we could find one!)
Sounds great to me
Love the little poem. Elusive, bliss. I hope you find it. Please let me know when you do. In the meantime I’ll look around and maybe accidentally discover that bliss has been lurking around the corner.:-)
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