I’m cutting it close, arriving at work almost on the dot of 8am – or just past. For some reason this happens to me a lot. I tend to not be early or cutting it really really close. It is not on purpose. It just is.
You never know how interesting you are until you pay attention to yourself. Is it weird to find yourself interesting? Maybe. Hey, at least someone does, right?! And hey!, at least it is someone who’s opinion you’ll care about, right? Hmm… yeah sure, this isn’t weird at all.
So, what is my problem with being (not) on time?
What I realised the other morning while getting ready for work is that I get lost in thought. At the strangest times. Doing the most mundane type things. I’ve had myself under surveillance for month now. It’s bad. I found several thought-cookers tempting me every single day. It’s difficult to escape the ones that doesn’t form an integral part of my day and almost impossible to fight the allure of the ones that does.
Thought-cooker also known as thought-stimulant, usually gets triggered by the act of performing mundane tasks like taking a bath, cooking a meal, doing dishes, driving and so forth. It can also be a place. A person experience no passage of time with the result that time seems to fly.
Yep! Oh yeah, I know that! What I find most interesting though is that each cooker stimulates different thoughts. Cookers do not seem to be conducive to continued thought processes.
So now the other question is – does your thought-cooker(s) say something about you? Oh my, I don’t know. It will be SO weird if it did. Right? Riiigghht?
Well, I’m now of the opinion that my cookers REALLY don’t like it that I have to go to work 🙂
Why else will a 10-minute bath turn into a 30-minute time warp? Or a 5-minutes coffee into a 15-minutes one? Or the 1 minute it should take to tie my boots become 5 minutes? Or the 10 seconds to lock the front door turn into 2 minutes?
It all adds up!