A Quote About Emptiness



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An Observation About A Good Talk


Let’s talk. Via a keyboard using our fingers.

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A Poem About The Senses



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An Observation About This Summer


As you may or may not have noticed, I posted less frequently over the summer. This was down to the simple fact that it was an exceptionally hot summer, and my home office – which houses my desktop computer with all my HSP related files, sites, and bookmarks – was unbearably hot for weeks and weeks and weeks. I didn’t want to go there. I’m also such a creature of habit that I couldn’t fathom writing anywhere else.

Yay for September! Let’s cool down.

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A Quote About Getting Trampled



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An Observation About Directions


I am, in fact, a natural-born stand up comedian. Yuh-huh! This would be my act: I’d stand on the stage and people would ask me to give them directions to various places. Hilarity would ensue. #pleasedontask

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An Observation About Duties


No matter how exhausted, overwhelmed, and sad I am myself, if I feel someone needs cheering up, I will bloody well put a smile on my face and try to do it.

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An Observation About Yieldance


You know the feeling when you have to go for a massage and the massage therapist is terribly rough and you’re lying there thinking that your back must be particularly bad and yeah let’s not forget you’re sensitive and surely this is just what you need so you grin and bear?

I hope not.  #ow

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This Is My Brain On Sports


I’m not a sports fan in the least, but I just spent hours watching the European Athletics Championships with my dad (who is a huge sports fan, and I’m a fan of my dad). My very active mirror neurons not only fire but also decided to execute some of the movements I was witnessing, so I ended up kicking over a footstool while watching the triple jump final.

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An Observation About BInge-Watching


You know the relationship ritual of binge-watching tv shows together on Netflix? Yeah no. I prefer to experience things alone, because having company would feel like being watched, which would totally get in the way of experiencing.

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