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Three Good Things: Good?

1. It's overcast this morning, contrary to earlier forecasts. I always prefer for it to be overcast in the morning because it makes the transition from my nice, cozy home to the unforgiving outside world a bit smoother.

2. I have seen an adorable baby bunny for several mornings in a row. I suspect her of chewing on my pumpkin vine, but I forgive her on account of she's totally squee-worthy and wee. (and bonus! I have at least one pumpkin getting really big, which is probably well beyond the point of vulnerability to damage by bunny.)

3. The book I got from my therapist on this type of group therapy she wants me to try is very interesting. It's inspiring me to lots of thinkiness, even if I don't buy all of its assertions. Some of the descriptions of emotional dysfunction sound very much like myself, and some just entirely don't. (bonus! I get to go over all of that with Warm, Friendly Therapist on Friday.)

And now, a poll.

I find the "three good things" meme on Fenriss' LJ

Pleasant/Useful. It's refreshing to see some positivity around here
33(94.3%)
Eh. I skim past.
0(0.0%)
It's OK, but I wish you'd post more content, frankly.
2(5.7%)
Irritating. It's just another pointless meme.
0(0.0%)

Comments

eac
Jul. 29th, 2008 01:53 pm (UTC)
It isn't that I wouldn't like more context (in a world in which you had time), but I really like these independent of anything else.
nixieq
Jul. 29th, 2008 02:06 pm (UTC)
exactly. what she said.
fenriss
Jul. 29th, 2008 03:01 pm (UTC)
Yay :)
fenriss
Jul. 29th, 2008 03:01 pm (UTC)
Thanks! I just haven't been able to brain much. All my BTUs are burned up just getting through the day, and it seems like little snippets of things that happen to me are the best I can do. So I try to make them *good* little snippets.

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