Chickybabe For The Wet Winter

  1. While human-powered methods of transportation helps the environment and your wallet, there is a significant flaw in the system when it comes to having to deal with near-constant rain for more than a week. It gives “raining down on your parade” a whole new meaning of its own.
  2. You know you’ve crossed the line between reality and a virtual world when you look up at the beautiful, moonlit clouds and go “I can probably recreate that effect on Photoshop”.
  3. If there is anything that the Swine Flu pandemic has taught me, it’s that while ignorance is bliss, pretending to be well-informed is usually what kills you. Dumb people should never try to pass of life-saving information even if they think they got it right. It’s always best to leave it to people who know what they are doing.
  4. While I know that jealousy is another way of telling you that you desire something that other people have. I also know that the only way to satisfy it, is to have what you want. Not something you can do, when the object of your desires will be very far away, for a very long time. If you have a solution to this problem, please tell me.
  5. The best things in life are often marred by the solitude in which you celebrate those events. One of the reasons why I strive so hard to find friends who can share in my idea of fun. However, the more intimate in-jokes of the moment are forced to be left onto one-sided company. One that ruins the mood of what has always been an enjoyable season. It is going to be a depressing winter. Then again, there is a first time for everything.

Doing a “Chickybabe” refers to doing a list of random thoughts and is named in honour of ChickyBabe who awed me with her style of writing, especially when she did her set of random thoughts which this is named after.

2 thoughts on “Chickybabe For The Wet Winter

  1. 1. brrr…
    2. Eek! Sign yourself up for rehab. This is serious. Nothing ever can beat what nature provides. just like when a rainbow suddenly appears.
    3. and best to let them ramble on and laugh at them.
    4. Er… stop wanting it? That’s not an option in my books.
    5. I disagree. The best things are shared, it’s all about finding the right people to share them with.

  2. Cléa
    2. Of course nothing can beat nature. Just that, after a while you tend to realise that nature also can be recreated just as well with a program and some decent how-to knowledge. It’s beauty in its own right all the same.
    3. Not at the cost of people’s lives. A promise I made to someone a long time ago.
    4. It’s a part of me, it’s what defines me. Hard to not want it just like that. It’s something that needs to be fed or I’ll just crave for it all the same.
    5. That’s what I meant. Best things in life are often shared. Just that this winter, I’m missing the people I can share it with, which ruins the season for me.

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