Thursday, March 22

Feeling Groovy

There comes a time in all our lives when the world suddenly becomes perfect. For two minutes exactly (I timed it). I just got some fantabulously splendiferously marvelliciously happy-making news. I actually (for 120 seconds) forgot all the other itty-bitty knicky-knacky problems that plague and pestilent (if anyone asks me if this is a real word when used in this sense I shall lie without a blush) me. I was wrapt in blissful contemplation of ummm pretty much nothing. But it was definitely blissful contemplation. I identified it as such immediately (not for nothing am I a molecular geneticist, we are quite sherlocky in our identification of conditions of the spirit if we say so ourselves). At the end of afore-mentioned time frame I realised that

1. It was a pretty stupid thing to have been worried about in the first place.
2. The news I heard while good was not really thatgood.
3. It brought with it its own share of troublesome decisions.
4. None of my other problems had vanised (most surprisingly).

And zat, peepul, is ze vairy essence of ze human naycher.

(Yes, yes, we mggs also have an alarming tendency to address stray thoughts to trees. What to do? We are like this only :)

7 comments:

Inspissated Gloom said...

Address stray thoughts?
Tell me about it! :-(

Tabula Rasa said...

and i spent two man-hours hunting in two countries for something that had been lying in the first place i looked for it. what's life without a little perspective?

maya said...

wowwwwwwwwwwwww so happy for u flaffy!whatever gave u that 2 min bliss!

Revealed said...

@IG: :)

@TR: Yeah yeah, I'm quite the fan of perspective myself :P
i spent two man-hours hunting in two countries for something that had been lying in the first place i looked for it
There are none so blind as those who will not see :D ;)

@maya: Ty :)

Cloudy said...

To trees? No, Lamp-posts! :)

Sunshine said...

I thought I'd get to know the 'good news' :-) Anyway, I'm glad you got your 2 minute bliss :-)

Revealed said...

@Cloudy: We only go to lampposts to watch the flowers growing :D. Trees are simply for talking to :)

@SS: Ty. Remember the interview post I put up a while back? It was related to that :)