Yeah, me too. Not much happening in blog land so I am going to play the piano and then continue reading my King George VI biography. Making the most of my last couple of days of maternity leave here...
There's a cryptic crossword on my blog that's kept a friend of mine busy for a week, if you like them particularly fiendish...
For me, bored is a state of the soul. (Not a good one.)
I'm bored too. Must be the day for it.
Kierkegaard sees boredom as the absolute evil of the aesthetic soul."I begin with the principle that all men are bores. Surely no one will prove himself so great a bore as to contradict me in this.""Since boredom advances and boredom is the root of all evil, no wonder, then, that the world goes backwards, that evil spreads. This can be traced back to the very beginning of the world. The gods were bored; therefore they created human beings."Soren KierkegaardMaybe you could read some Kierkegaard?
I'd blog for you but I'm all puffed out after a Sola Panel post!
Still bored? Cmon write some posts, cos I'M getting bored now
When I was a child I was never allowed to be bored. Anyone who even hinted at being bored was given a job by Dad. "What, you're bored; BORED? Look, here's a hoe, come and dig the garden. And when you're finished you can weed that patch over there. And if you're still bored after that you can come and scrub the path. And..." The experience has obviously scarred me for life as now I've forgotten how to be bored. Enjoy your boredom while it lasts, and if you get sick of it then go and find a garden or two to weed!
Boredom is a disease. Can't enjoy it.I've got plenty to do and I'm doing heaps. Just restless.
I'm with you Narelle. I think it has contributed to my persistent hyperactivity. "You cannot look bored." That is what my Mum taught me.And Simone, I know how you feel. Heaps to do, but cannot settle to anything. I don't know if I'd call it boredom, though.