Thursday, November 18, 2010

W O M M

Reminding myself that I can choose what I want to focus my thoughts, energies and efforts on. What is the end-goal? What is the big picture? And how do minor irritants fit in? Answer: end-goal is data, papers. Minor irritants do not fit in anywhere. Should not take up more than 2 minutes of my day. I don't have the time for it.

The girl at the subway sandwich store used to be my friend - in that she was the one person I'd have a social, chatty conversation with in my day. That was enough to make me keep going there, but then I finally put a stop to it because I can't eat that stuff so often. These days, I work late and take the escort shuttle home. The van driver is now my buddy. It's nice to have a real conversation with him at the end of a long tiring, silent day. I wish I had some lunch buddies or something. The thing is, I save my lunchtime for talking with B on the phone, and therefore never made an effort to go out and seek friends to eat lunch with. But I miss having some buddies around here. People to meet and go out with, bitch about work with, explore the city with etc. But I crib about this all the time, may be I need to make a better effort at it myself.

I have been reading about the whole barkhagate shit. More than I should, more than I have the time for. :) The whole thing is so icky. And the realization that it is mere entertainment at best. Tomorrow is another day, everyone would have moved on to the next scandal.

Since I made a conscious decision to reducing eating out, even if its just boiled vegetables at the cafeteria, I am going crazy coming up with ideas to feed myself. What a pain.

Back to work. Kaafi timepass ho gaya.

4 comments:

nitish said...

1. http://rentafriend.com/
A friend in need of money is a friend by deed.

2. R2I pronto.

Raam Pyari said...

Have you tried this ? Simple to make and tastes really nice!

http://www.indianfoodforever.com/low-calorie/besan-ka-cheela.html

The_Girl_From_Ipanema said...

Nitish,
:) i AM that friend in need of money.

Raam Pyari,
What perfect timing! I was just wondering what to make for myself for breakfast as I was out of all the staples- but one is never out of besan and onions. Off I go! Thanks! :)

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, may all your wishes come true!