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([personal profile] teffania Jul. 12th, 2009 12:19 am)
whine whine whine  I have a cold, whine whine whine jobs don't magically appear without searching for them, whine whine whine, not having proper emplyment brings back thesis non-completion nightmares, mild depression and feelings of hopelessness, whine whine, the one day a week is in a stressful situation across departments, whine whine, I need to move but can't do so in current state of underemployment, whine whine, can't sleep, can't wake, cough,cough, mummy fix life for me please.

I'm sure life will feel better when I 'm not sick, and the new financial year should bring some new emplyment opportunities through the temp agency, which should make me confident enough to apply for more jobs again, and then I can get a place where I don't have to play tetris with my ever growing piles of stuff.


This house doesn't even have a proper couch to slouch in front of the tv on.

From: [identity profile] sjkasabi.livejournal.com

*offers virtual cuppa*

Sympathy on the cold and the misery it brings - believe me, I understand.

From: [identity profile] mrsbrown.livejournal.com

*And* you didn't even get properly thanked for the fabulous work you did organising lunch on Sunday.

You're one of the people that can take on a task and just get it done. You don't need help and you don't need followup. You were perfect.

You're the reason I could let my hair down - Thanks!

From: [identity profile] alliette-d.livejournal.com

And the Sunday lunch included stuff I could eat, which was unexpected, including yummy sweet stuff, which was even more unexpected. So a special thanks here too.

By the way - if you take all the whines, take the "h" out of them, add lots of spices and heat - you get a good treatment for both colds and bad moods :-)

From: [identity profile] celsa.livejournal.com


I can't think of a way to adequately convey sympathy, well wishes and hugs, so I will not-very-usefully point out that I still have your baking molds.