Friday, January 22, 2010

HOME ALONE

I hear a lot of people complaining how tired and uninspired they are right now and it seems that this winter gloominess is getting to me as well. On top of that there's this big dark cloud on top of my head that keeps occupying my mind; I'm wasting my time at my job and need to find new one as soon as possible. Every time I see these young happy people doing something they love for living I feel so unaccomplished.
Anyway, I took extra day off from work today and applied for jobs, cleaned and reorganized the house and beautified a little. With my brand new ionic hair dryer came this bottle of Moroccan oil that I apply to ends of my damp hair after wash to give shine while it strengthens and conditions as well as reduces drying time.  My hair has gotten very long again, but I'll let it grow until I decide what to do with it.
I love to wake up in the morning to this furry alarm clock. He is such a monkey. Love him, love him, love him.

8 comments:

  1. Hi KitKat,

    Regina here, for ExpatWomen.com.

    I would like to personally invite you to list your blog on our Expat Women Blog Directory (www.expatwomen.com/expatblog/) so that other women can read about and learn from your expat experiences.

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  2. Hey :)
    It took me a while to realize that your furry alarm clock is actually a live one :D He looked like a statue. So pretty...

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  3. I know what you mean, I experience some of that funk beginning of the month, but now I'm exercising my way out of it. :-) It works, but I too have to revitalize my work life, ie businesses. Good luck with the job search!

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  4. your furry alarm clock closely resembles my bf's. :) I've recently started a fashion blog and would love it if you could drop by and look around. <3 Diya

    http://diyainherstilettos.blogspot.com/

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  5. Oi mikä kaunokainen! Puhuin nyt kisumisusta, vaikka tuo sormuskin on kieltämättä upea. ;)

    Kauanko olet USAssa asustellut?

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  6. just wondering how it is possible this blog is about '20-jotain neidin elämästä' if you're married?
    neiti and married? sounds like impossible.

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  7. Thanks everyone for your comments! Job search continues and in a meanwhile I'm not having such terrible time at my present job.

    Ragdoll, olen asunut taalla noin viisi vuotta, aika se vaan rientaa. Ai kamalaa.

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