I wish I could get paid for the work I do for Matoto. It's not that I feel I deserve compensation for it, but because I love it and if I got paid, I could quit 'the rat race' and actually love, not tolerate-and-sometimes-even-enjoy, my job.
Even if I'm not working Monday to Friday, my body finds Fridays exhausting.
I miss being on the phones at work. Due to a shortage of staff on Friday, I had to handle the phones. It's something I hadn't done in 17 months. I never realised how much I missed the direct contact with the clients, and how I get my satisfaction in life from knowing that I've helped someone.
I need to help people. It's who I am.
My body loves to dance.
A conversation with an old friend can turn a stressful Thursday into one that ends in laughter.
Coffee with a new friend can make a great Wednesday an awesome Wednesday.
No matter how many times I watch it, I always giggle when the captain yells "sheiße" in Das Boot and the subtitle says "oh no!".
I wish I knew enough about computers to take the scene I mentioned above from my DVD of the movie and upload it to YouTube so I could link to it and make all of you laugh too.
Sitting in a coffee shop for an hour with a large coffee and a good book is the most satisfying way I know to waste my time.
Fake dating website questionnaires and planning retreats go together better than I could have anticipated.
The Victoria Symphony has Bach's Brandenburg Concerto 4 and Beethoven's Symphony 6 coming up on February 27th and March 7th respectively. Is it every socially acceptable to roll the blue rinse set for their symphony tickets?
If you decide to go for an epic walk because it's bright and clear and you want to play with your camera, make sure your batteries aren't on the brink of dying.
Sometimes Saturday nights are best spent with a bottle of wine, a chick-flick and two cuddly cats.