Wednesday, March 14, 2012

In Which We Discuss Therapy for Bibliophibians

Late last night I suffered a good many emotional breakdowns related to various moving-related stress (compounded by work-related stress and health-related stress). I will say only it was ugly and kept me awake a good portion of the night, so today I look like someone punched me in the face, twice. I dragged myself out of bed, caught the skytrain to work, and continued to work intensively with my coworkers to ensure they get all the training they need on our new system before release and before I leave. Rewarding, but exhausting work. After work today looked like this:

1) Leave work
2) Try to convince sister to feed me cheesecake
3) Fail at cheesecake
4) Catch skytrain home
5) On skytrain, plot to buy books
6) Get off skytrain
7) Take "shortcut" home through mall
8) Stop by Coles
9) Buy seven books
10) Feel overwhelmed with happy
11) Go to library
12) Return borrowed book
13) Borrow more books
14) Trudge up hill home
15) Stop by Timmy Ho's for Canadian Maple doughnut
16) Go home
17) Curl up in throne chair with books and doughnut and soak in Story

For a bibliophibian, nothing works better than Story--it fixes all owies.

On that note: I need to get a print of this and frame it. Seriously.

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