12 February 2011

stop...


i will stop myself whinging and moaning. stop, im even getting on my own nerves now.

on a more helpful note, no; 17 on the list. nearly to a ta-dah moment from the fabric freak. how many more to go before i can open my little present to myself. erm,,,,,,8. then you can see a lovely piece of liberty material.

had a headache so what did i do, went on the sewing machine, mad it worse, hurt my neck. for godness sake women, shut up! i promise no more.

4 comments:

The Foggy Knitter said...

I don't want to undermine your tasks and therapy and stuff... but sometimes I find I just need to say it as it is! There are times, in everyone's life, when things suck and it's helpful, to me at least, to be able to acknowledge it, say it, then be able to move on, instead of trying to suppress how I feel.

And I feel rather yuck and cross today, so you have my deepest sympathies x

Em said...

hi foggy

hope you feel a little better from yesterday.

i think youve hit the nail on the head, suppressed feelings. i just didnt/dont understand why keeping them to myself would cause such a problem. im working on this. being asked how i feel every week is very odd indeed. and i dislike saying 'i dont know' because i do deep down, they need to come to the surface, maybe then i can move on. xxxx

The Foggy Knitter said...

It took me a while to "warm up" in therapy and get used to saying how I really felt, instead of the evasive/neutral answers I normally use. I think it's normal for that to be the case if you're sick a lot, but it did get easier. I found that thinking before hand, how *am* I? helped me be able to answer and talk more readily xxxxx

Em said...

hi foggy

thanks for that tip, why didnt i think of that?!!! when im put on the spot i just cant think, but maybe preparing myself will help the process. thanks for that.xxx