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Call Center Purgatory
Friday, July 01, 2005
  Two Weeks...


"Solitude is as needful to the imagination as society is wholesome for the character."
~James Lowell
You ever have that feeling that something is not right? Like you are showering with your socks on? I've been feeling like that lately. I've also been feeling like I'm blogging more and thinking less. I need a break, and some solitude so I'm not living to blog. I'll be back in two weeks.

I'll try to have something good for you when I get back.

See you soon, and thanks for reading,

Your friend,

AC


P.S. I will still be checking my mail.
 
Comments:
lately i always feel like i'm in a hurry to get something done but i end up doing nothing and getting nowhere... ahhh i need to run away too lol
 
Always feel that if I take even one day away from my blog something horrible will happen.

But I'm not obsessed or anything
 
I know how you feel. I've been in a bit of a blogging slump lately as well. I'll miss ya!
 
Solitude is a good thing. Looking forward to when you get back, though. :)
 
2 weeks are up. I hope you are coming back!
 
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