no play

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it also makes her most exhausted and sad. i think it’s the exhaustion that makes me sad. plus whenever i have to work and work and work and not do anything else besides sleep, it makes me feel all empty and achy inside. especially because there’s nobody to come home to and to listen and to be happy that i’m home and to realize that i’m working too much. i’d just love it to hear, “oh sugarplum you’re home. i missed you! how was your day?”

even though i love my job, i never wanted to be the type of person who only had work and nothing else– and during weeks like this, that’s what i feel like.

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2 Comments

  1. Thomas 22.May.03 at 6:52 am

    Very pretty, busy Jodi-lady, take some time to play.

    I know it sounds impossible, but play nonetheless, maybe, at lunch, blow some bubbles?

    And for the “Thomas comment police”; No, I’m not asking her to call me “bubbles”, you sick, sick bastards…

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