Oh, what a shock, Twitter is over capacity!

If you’ve been following my tweets, you know I’ve started Weight Watchers. Maybe that has something to do with the absolutely foul mood I’ve been in lately. I hate not being able to do whatever I want whenever I want. (I’m such an American.)

I actually feel pretty good, health-wise. And I don’t feel like I’m stressing out. I’m just getting annoyed by everything.

Rassafrassin’…

I do most of my whining on Twitter these days, but as usual, it’s over capacity. Or as my friend Chris would put it, the FailWhale is up. So here I am, posting nothing on my blog, because this is how much I want to complain.

Sorry, universe, if I overload you with negative energy today.

8 replies on “Oh, what a shock, Twitter is over capacity!”

Maybe I should get on the Twitter bandwagon. It seems as though a lot of my blogger friends are riding the Twitter Wave, and I’m still not even in the ocean yet.

Would it be hypocritical of me to complain about how often you’ve been complaining and how it detracts from my other less-legitimate complaints? lol I hope you have a better day today!

I’ve been really peeved with twitter lately, too.

I’m hoping the foul mood is only a temporary side effect as you get adjusted to Weight Watchers. :) You’re just doing it online? We’ve got our WW meeting tonight, in fact. When I’m back there, or you’re over here, whichever happens first, we’ll have to go to a meeting together!

Hahaha, I feel like we’re in AA, or something. ;) NOT THAT there’s anything WRONG with AA, mind you.

Anyway, stick with it, Tiger, you’ll do well. :) Have you applied for your replacement passports, yet? Friends have been telling me it only took theirs 2 weeks to arrive. Make plans on when to come, seriously. We’ve recently found out that an adorable little pub within walking distance of our house has wifi. How funny is that? That’s Sean taken care of right there! ;)

Jered: I don’t know about the detracting part, but I do know that my constant complaining is annoying. Sorry about that. I don’t know why I’m so angry these days. It seems like every little thing sets me off.

Brooke: I have another friend who has been very successful just doing WW online. That seems a lot less embarrassing to me. I am, after all, an introvert at heart, no matter how well I’ve managed to become sociable.

About coming to visit, all my vacation days are booked for Disney World and I even had to fill out a leave of absence form to get all the days I needed. I don’t know when I’m going to even have time to get my car fixed. I’m thinking it will have to wait, and I’ll just drop it off the day I leave for Disney and let them fix it that week. You can only do passports in the middle of the day, when I’m working, and only until 1 on Saturdays (in Evans). I never think to do anything like that on Saturday because I’m so relieved it’s the weekend, and then on Sunday I start doing my chores and realize that everything’s closed.

I can’t even stick with a routine of cooking meals and exercising, so it’s no wonder I find myself unable to do anything else.

I feel so random and uncoordinated. I wish I could get it together.

And I wish stupid Blogger would republish already so these comments would show up on my site!

Hey, that’s GREAT about your friend, too! It’s because WW is an easy way for a person to actually SEE HOW to improve their eating and exercise lifestyle, and can help them keep great track of how THEY do it as individuals once they get in the groove. :) At a meeting, or in your own home, whatever works best for you is the answer. :)

I’m glad you’re getting to go to Disney, even if you’re having to take a few unpaid days; you deserve a little bit of rest and relaxation. Maybe that’ll help you get rid of a lot of anxiety that might be causing your anger and grumpiness. Those of us who love you, worry about you, you know that.

I REALLY WISH you could come here, though, but I hear ya when you say you’re having a hard time with getting things done in your personal time. So my answer to THAT is: Don’t stress if you can help it, relax when you can, and work on things one thing at a time.

And in response to some of your twitterings earlier: By all means, let YOUR opinion matter most to you, don’t worry about what everyone else thinks.

So I’ll just leave it at see ya when ya get here. ;) And if that doesn’t happen before we move back THERE, just remember, if there’s a pool, there’s a key.. ;)

xox

I’m just teasing you for horning in on my complaining schtick ;) Don’t be too hard on yourself, building routines is tough on those of us used to operating on impulse.

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