Tuesday, 20 November 2007

Tis the season to be sleepy

Today is a November day, which means that my brain is suffering from severe end-of-year-itis. I have been saying things like "there is a silver cloud to every lining" and losing my lunch inside my office organiser (although I haven't as yet, as my colleague has, put my shoes in the fridge).

Simply put, this is the time of year where brains switch off, although work continues. The result is that next year, when we all return to work, broke and miserable with the sound of shopping-centre-tinkly Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer grating away at our abused ears, we will have to re-do everything we did between mid-November and closing time anyway.

Which is why I am blogging instead of getting a headstart on my January work. After all, I did just find myself writing holiday instead of Holland, and sleep instead of slight. I think a break from the real world in necessary.

Wich gives me a verry good reasin for terrible spelling ennyway!

Until the next post, wishing the world a merry pre-holiday!


Anonymous said...

Love your slide show. Should think about publishing them!

Tamara said...

Dear anonymous,

I wish I could take the credit for those pics, but truth be told, I have no clue who took them.

It wasn't yours truly, who was merely trying to take advantage of the new slideshow feature on blogger to publish her Flickr pics. She followed all instructions and these were the result. Apparently, she is not the only one experiencing this problem and there is a multitude of frustrated others whose blogs are now displaying random (although beautiful) photos. She apologises to you for having mislead you, and for referring to herself in the third person throughout this response.


nĂ  said...

Hi Tamara, thanks for dropping by my blog! It made me giggle reading this post about your november day here! i can sympathise with you, days like this happen to me quite often too, when i'm not quite plugged into the reality around me! have fun with your new blog! have a good day :)

Janet said...

Glad to know I'm not the only one whose brain shuts down this time of year. *Yawn* I wish we could hibernate like bears, maybe wake up in March when the flowers are blooming and the days are a bit longer.

Thanks for stopping by my blog BTW.