|Bear would know the right motivational things to say in these situations!|
So Dr X has abandoned me again to pursue
The good points of being alone are that I get to watch whatever I want on i-player without having to bargain for programmes. I can also steal his pillows and eat my food whilst reading at the same time. No need for table manners when you eat alone! I can also expect some pretty nice presents when he comes back (I'm easily pleased).
The bad points (which far outweigh the good) are that he's not here to keep me company or to check for bogey men in the various places they hide such as under the bed, in the wardrobe or in the storage cupboard which has a strange smell. Hmm, I'm wondering now why it has a strange smell...
To make matters worse, my colleague who I share an office with is also away this week. So I'm alone at work and alone at home. I try to get the chaps who bring the post to the office to stop and chat, but they're busy with parcels to deliver (and have an inbuilt radar which warns them to stay away from crazy ladies). I've started smiling at strangers on the bus. Today I realised that I was talking to myself and not just when I was on my own. I got some strange looks when I was out in public. Dr X has only been away for 2 days but it feels like forever. I think I need Bear Grylls to help me make it through the rest of the week. I obviously need to learn some survival tactics.
I'll be throwing a pity party soon if anyone's interested in coming? Please bring your own drinks and snacks as my resources are running low.