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I am not sure how I feel today

This is called Couple on Seat and it is by Lynn Chadwick.
11am. Still waiting for news.

12 noon. Still waiting for news, having been promised an answer today. It isn't just the waiting, it is the knowledge that other things rest on this outcome.

1pm. As before.

4pm. I have had lunch, been out and done some shopping. Still no news.

4.45pm There will not be a decision today apparently - hey ho on we go!
nasser nice sculptures
nasser · 2008-04-29: 07:21
????? quite funny-
they look like they've been sitting there for quite awhile! R
????? · 2008-04-29: 08:30
????? Bloody hell - I am sure I read your blog a few weeks ago and you were waiting for news then - or am I experiencing déjà vu?!

I do hope they come back with a good offer or you find something even better whilst you are waiting...
????? · 2008-04-29: 13:08
DancingDolphin Funny! Oh, and I hear there's still no news.
DancingDolphin · 2008-04-29: 16:42
caroleagle where/how are you finding all these waiting sculptures? did you know they were there before YOU were waiting? Have you read Dr. Zeuss? can't remember which book but there's a waiting thang in one of them " waiting for friday" is the only one I remember right now... am at the wrong end of a bottle of wine... adieu
caroleagle · 2008-04-29: 18:31
ElanorDawn come on.... it will turn out for the best it always does. One of my favourite philosophers wrote this:
Happiness and the absurd are two sons of the same earth. They are inseparable. It would be a mistake to say that happiness necessarily springs from the absurd discovery. It happens as well that the feeling of the absurd springs from happiness. "I conclude that all is well," says Oedipus, and that remark is sacred. It echoes in the wild and limited universe of man. It teaches that all is not, has not been, exhausted. It drives out of this world a god who had come into it with dissatisfaction and a preference for futile sufferings. It makes of fate a human matter, which must be settled among men.
Albert Camus
It's from the Myth of Sisyphus - do read it
take cae
ElanorDawn · 2008-05-04: 02:36
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